Cardi B has admitted she's really not enjoying the third trimester of her pregnancy and wants to hibernate until her baby is born.
Cardi B wants to ''hibernate like a bear.''
The 'Be Careful' hitmaker is just weeks away from giving birth to her first child, whom she's expecting with her fiance Offset, and she has admitted she's really found the third trimester hard because she's not comfortable wearing or doing anything.
She ranted on social media: ''I'm at this point in life, that like I don't wanna wear no heels, I don't wanna wear no sneakers. I just want to be barefoot all day. I don't want to wear a bra. I don't want to wear wigs. I don't want to talk to people.
''If you want to have conversation with me, talk to me about food. I don't want to do s**t. I don't even want to look at people. I just want to hibernate like a d**n bear.''
It comes after the 25-year-old rapper moaned about not being able to shave her vagina anymore because her baby belly is blocking her view.
She initially posted on Twitter: ''Sad news: I can't see my vagina anymore.''
After discovering her tweet had gained over 230,000 likes from her 3.22 million followers, Cardi posted: ''SMH 200K likes on this tweet ? I guess ya love when I'm miserable. You know how hard it is to shave my vagina? literally have to put one leg up in the sink while i look in the mirror facefront .I hate all of yaaa [sic]''
However, although she's not impressed with her burgeoning baby bump, she is grateful that her unborn daughter has given her a new set of boobs.
She said recently: ''You see what my child is doing to me? T***ies is getting bigger. B***h don't have to go and get her t***es done no more. I got a whole new pair of t***ies. Got to go to Victoria's Secret to get me a new bra.
''Do you see my mother f***in hair? This s*** growing and growing. You see my skin? Look like a b***h put moisturiser on, but I just woke up.''
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