Cardi B already took down Taylor Swift to become the first female rapper to score a #1 Billboard hit in 20 years. One day I’ma sound like Kodak, the next day I’ma sound like Meek Mill, the next day I’ma sound like Migos. The stealing of flows in the rap community isn’t exactly new and to Cardi’s credit, she named her hit single “Bodak Yellow.” The track was a clear shout out to Kodak Black and his style.
Now, she’s going to take down your favorite rapper. The difference is, she took that style to number one.
Fortunately, at the behest of wise men like Donald Trump and other celebs who knew better, Spears did get a prenup on the books. When trouble in paradise surfaced and the inevitable breakup followed, K-Fed made off with a cool million bucks.
Britney Spears and K-Fed Believe it or not, Britney didn't even want a prenup at first.
She was so sure of the undying love and passion between her and Kevin Federline that she "just knew" it would never be necessary.
Upon termination of this Agreement or termination of the joint residency, all jointly owned property shall be divided among the parties according to their pro rata share listed above. Each party shall retain his/her legal name, including surname, as printed and signed in this Agreement. Termination shall be effected by written notice by either party, cessation of the joint residency by either party or death of either party. Upon the death of either party, the surviving party waives all rights to support by the deceased party. There are no other agreements between the parties regarding their joint residency other than those stated herein. Should any paragraph or provision of this Agreement be held invalid, void, or otherwise unenforceable, it is the intent of the parties that the remaining portions shall nevertheless continue in full force and effect without impairment. IN WITNESS WHEREOF , the parties have executed this Agreement at ______________________________ on this _____ day of _____________________________, 20___.
This Agreement shall become effective at the date of execution and shall remain in effect until termination. It is the intent of the parties that this Agreement be the full and complete agreement between the parties regarding their joint residency. This Agreement shall be governed by, interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of ___________________________.
But bodying Meek Mill’s flow isn’t exactly shooting for the sky.
Meek Mill’s flow hasn’t been the same since Drake bodied his whole career.
At a recent concert, Cardi went off in a rant directed at those who said she stole Kodak Black’s flow (via XXL): “And for anybody that telling me, ’Oh bitch, you copied Kodak flow, you copied this and that flow.’ So what bitch? Most casual hip-hop fans have never heard of Kodak Black.
Nowadays, everyone sounds like Lil Wayne or Kanye West while more and more are starting to sound like Migos following the success of “Bad and Boujee.” Given that Cardi B and Offset from Migos have been dating for the better part of this year, I wouldn’t even say she’d be copying their flow. For a rapper who was relatively unknown six months ago, Cardi certainly doesn’t lack in confidence.
Jay-Z said it best when it comes to stealing the flow of another rapper, “Yeah I sampled your voice, you was using it wrong.” Rappers, if Cardi takes your flow, learn how to flow better.
In these uncertain times, no one can be blamed for taking steps to protect their interests.
However, some prenups cross the line between prudent financial planning and sheer absurdity. Take a look at some of these crazy clauses the Chicago-Sun Times found lurking in prenuptial agreements: Clearly, this is not what the courts had in mind when the prenuptial agreement was first crafted.