Cardi B and Latto are going viral for his or her new collaboration, “Put It On Da Flooring,” wherein Cardi shouts out pop legend Britney Spears.
“I am horny dancing in the home, I really feel like Britney Spears,” Cardi raps whereas carrying a shirt that reads, “I really feel like Britney Spears” in a neon inexperienced that matches her hair.
Watch the music video, beneath:
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Followers reacted to the shoutout with pleasure, even prompting “Britney Spears” to development on Twitter.
One fan stated it gave them a “little rush” to listen to Spears’ title in a music in 2023.
One other fan tweeted a video of one in all the long-lasting dancing movies that Cardi was referencing however changed the unique sound with Cardi’s new verse shouting Britney out.
“That Britney Spears line is THE temper,” one other fan tweeted.
Another person stated, “Her impression til today remains to be referenced in tradition, I am proud.”
This is not the primary time that Cardi B has expressed her assist for Britney.
In a single interview posted by a Twitter fan account in January 2023, Cardi mentioned society’s hypocritical therapy of celebrities, saying Spears is the proper instance.
Her phrases assist her previous feedback in regards to the pop icon, like one occasion in 2019 the place she mentioned Spears doing yoga whereas listening to her music, telling Leisure Tonight, “It’s so dope as a result of I’m a really large Britney Spears fan.”
“I like you, and I completely perceive,” she stated to Spears on the time, referring to Spears’ keep at a wellness therapy facility that yr.
She added, “Whenever you’re a celeb, everybody desires to sue you, everybody desires a bit of the cash that you simply work for — and it’s very irritating. Then you may have, like, the entire world you, no privateness, it’s loopy. I can’t even think about if you happen to do it for such a very long time like her.”
Extra just lately, Spears shared a snippet of her Maui trip utilizing Cardi’s 2017 debut single, “Bodak Yellow,” in 2022.
See extra fan reactions to the music, beneath: