Latin rapper Cardi B will have her own mug
Latin rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, Commonly known as Cardi B., Who recently announced that he will participate in his first movie, which will also start next July with a grimace that is not made in its image and likeness, but is inspired by the New York singer.
The company Real woman (Real Women, Spanish) announced Friday the release of a limited edition of 1,000 Cardi B games, the purchase of which will only be possible for 72 hours.
“Cardi B is a Grammy Award-winning revolutionary rapper who is also a social media personality, smart, honest and fearless.”Secures the box containing the doll, which can be purchased for $ 35. The order includes several accessories and two outfits.
Although orders can only be placed in the next few hours, the little Cardi B won’t knock on buyers’ doors until next July.
Real Women Are ensures that its brand seeks to celebrate diversity and “recognizes the need for diversity to represent women of color. Not only in skin color and body shape, but also with diversity in the way they think. And dream.”
“The dolls are affordable, high-quality, comprehensive and fun, and offer girls concrete examples of the women they are looking for and glimpses of the women they want to be.”Confirm to the company.
In the box it contains, where pink and bubblegum gum tones dominate the rest of the color scale, there is also a phrase printed by the rapper: “I want to show people that they can do positive things and they can also be themselves.”
The singer who became famous for her fightOkurerStar in your own movie, comedy “assisted living”Many details remain unknown.
The Dominican American artist, who is also a social media star (who has 81 million followers on Instagram), is awaiting the premiere of “F9”, the ninth episode of the hit action saga “Fast & Furious”. Who accompanies actors in a minor role, such aso Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, Michelle Rodriguez, Helen Mirren The John Cena.
Additionally, she made headlines last December when she was named Woman of the Year by Billboard Music Magazine, highlighting her excellent career as well as her entrepreneurial side, her defense of social justice, and her positivity on topics that have been taboo for years. Like female fun.