Cardi B celebrates a wedding and a funeral in the video for her Invasion Privacy single “Be Careful.”
Shot in the desert, the Jora Frantzis-directed clip is a warning about what happens when you mess with Cardi. In the opening scene, the Bronx rapper drags a cross through the desert before a blonde Cardi appears on her wedding day in a small church. While the bride stands at the alter next to her husband-to-be, she sings lyrics about infidelity.
But soon the all-white affair turns into a funeral as Cardi, dressed in all black, pulls up to the same church for her man’s funeral. As she looks into his casket, she fers some parting words: “You nothin’ like the ni**a I met / You make me sick, ni**a.” She then gets in her car and rides f into the sunset.
After deactivating her Instagram account earlier this month, Cardi returned to social media to speak about the video shoot. “It was one the hardest videos I ever did because it was in the desert, like in the middle nowhere, and bitch I was so hot,” she said. “My pregnant motherfuckin’ ass. I never sweat, and I was sweatin’ that day, like my underarm was sweating, under my titties. I never get under titty sweat, but that day, for sure.”
“Be Careful,” which has been certified gold, is the latest single f Cardi’s debut to receive a visual. The rapper, who is expecting her first child with Offset this summer, will return to the road with Bruno Mars on his “24K Magic World Tour” this September.