Demi Lovato Slays 'Bodak Yellow', and Cardi B Loves It!

Demi Lovato Slays 'Bodak Yellow', and Cardi B Loves It!

The Bronx femcee has shared on her Instagram account a video that saw the 'Heart Attack' singer gushing over the song before smoothly spitting the fiery bars.
Demi Lovato unexpectedly has a hidden rap skill. During an interview with "Elvis Duran and the Morning Show", the former Disney darling totally surprised fans when she belted out one of the hottest hip-hop songs today, "Bodak Yellow".

"I love this song!" Demi gushed when the song was played. She then sang a censored version of the song, smoothly rapping, "Said, 'Lil b***h, you can't f**k with me if you wanted to'/ These expensive, these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes/ Hit the store, I can get 'em both, I don't wanna choose/ And I'm quick, cut a n***a off, so don't get comfortable, look/ I don't dance now, I make money moves."

The original rapper of "Bodak Yellow", Cardi B, was more than excited after knowing that Demi was a huge fan of her song. Cardi took to Instagram to share a clip of Demi covering the track. She wrote in the caption, "Ooooo s**t b***h!!!! DEMI MOTHER F**KING LOVADO!!!!! I'm soooo hype BODAKYELLOW!!!!"

Ooooo shit bitch !!!! DEMI MOTHER FUCKING LOVADO!!!! I'm soooo hype😍😍😍😍😍😍BODAKYELLOW !!!!

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Cardi has been kicking her career into high gear with "Bodak Yellow". The smash hit is currently on the top 10 of Billboard Hot 100, becoming the highest-charting song by a female rapper since Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" reigned on the chart back in 2014. Cardi recently attempted to make "Bodak Yellow" a global hit by teaming up with Latin rapper Messiah El Artista for its remix.

In an interview, Cardi revealed that she had always dreamed to be a rapper. "You know when you're little, your dream is to be an artist. When you're a teenager, it's like I would like [to] be a rapper," she shared. "Then when I was 18, I was [like] eh, whatever. Look how many people try to be rappers. What makes me think [that] I would make it? When my manager told me to give a shot at my dreams, it was a little scary for me. But I see that my dreams are coming true. This is what I dreamed of."

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