Cardi B says she received a handwritten note from Beyoncé thanking her for her support.
The rapper shared a video on Twitter showing her holding the record with Beyoncé’s handwriting.
“Hardworking, beautiful and talented queen. Thank you for always supporting me. I send so much love to you and yours,” the note read from Beyonce.
“Look what Beyoncé sent me. Read it, b*tch!” Cardi B exclaimed with a smile.
“It was so beautiful, so beautiful. I’m going to put it in a glass frame with some laser beams on it,” she continued.
“Anyone caught next door will be electrocuted at a mothaf-in’ site.”
Cardi B posted her first TikTok on July 14, with a compilation of the Beyhive singing and dancing to her new hit single, “Break My Soul”.
Cardi B appears in the video, in which she yells out the lyrics, “In case you forget how we act outside!”
Beyoncé has released her latest album Renaissance in July. TNZT’s review noted in its four-star review how the American artist’s politics are “giving way to post-pandemic fun”.
In other Cardi B news, the rapper recently pleaded guilty to two charges of assault, formally stopping her three-year lawsuit.
A New York judge sentenced the rapper to 15 days of community service after pleading guilty to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment. The remaining 10 charges were dismissed.
According to the Queens District Attorney’s office, the “WAP” rapper also received three years of full protection from the two victims and court costs.