Cardi B opened up about the current pressure she’s facing in her career in a Vogue magazine cover story. While reflecting on the perceived disappointment of her 2019 single “Press,” which peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, the Atlantic Records artist admitted she feels like many onlookers want to see her success stop.

“I thought ‘Press’ was fun and it was gangsta, and then because it didn’t perform as good as my other songs, people was like, Oh, she’s a flop; oh, she’s dying out,” she said. “This whole year has just been a lot for me. I feel like people are just so tired of me winning. I will look for my name on Twitter, and it’s like hate tweets, hate tweets, hate tweets.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Cardi explained how the creation of her sophomore album has been much harder than her debut Invasion Of Privacy. She spoke on the balancing act she’s faced with following her breakthrough LP, which won a Grammy Award and dominated the Billboard charts.

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