Cardi B Lets Us Know What She Would Do 'For The D**k' With This Raunchy Freestyle

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 10:  Rapper Cardi B attends the FENTY PUMA by Rihanna Spring/Summer 2018 Collection at Park Avenue Armory on September 10, 2017 in New York City.  (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for FENTY PUMA By Rihanna)

Cardi B Lets Us Know What She Would Do 'For The D**k' With This Raunchy Freestyle

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Published September 26, 2017

The “For the D**k” challenge is slowly become the new freestyle competition of the month, and everyone is getting involved. Cardi B was the latest celeb to give the challenge a try, with a raunchy, yet comedic freestyle showing why she is the hip-hop community’s “favorite cousin.”

The point of the challenge is to recite a freestyle, inserting the phrase, “for the d**k” at the end of every bar. Cardi posted her version on Instagram, speaking on her family, the Illuminati, and the Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj feud. "I'd kidnap myself for that d**k. Make my parents pay the ransom for that d**k,” she spit. “I'll go to trial for that d**k. I ain't a snitch, but mother**ker it was him, for that d**k.”

She followed by commenting on Remy and Nicki’s infamous beef. “Marry the block for that d**k. Make Nick and Remy talk for that d**k,” she added. “I love my fam, but man, Illuminati, which one of my cousins you want, for that dick? Yeah.” And to add a little more flavor to her freestyle, it sounded like Cardi’s little sister, Hennessey, was ad-libbing in the background.

Cardi isn’t the only female artist to hop on the challenge. Shortly before, Erykah Badu also posted a video with her rhymes. The challenge reportedly began after one Twitter user uploaded a video freestyle. So hopefully before the challenge dies, we can hear some bars from Nicki Minaj and Trina.

I don't think I can RAT tho I see you in heaven for that dick cause I Rather DIE!!!

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Written by Jessica McKinney

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