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Cardi B talks working with Kanye West on ‘Hot Shit’: “He’s such an amazing, sweet person”

Cardi B has talked about working with Kanye West on her latest single ‘Hot Shit’, calling the rapper “an amazing, sweet person”.Her first single in more than a year, ‘Hot Shit’ arrived on Friday (July 1), featuring verses from Lil Durk and West — now legally known as Ye.Speaking to Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe about the track, Cardi revealed that West had given her his part earlier this year, when he was making headlines for his public disapproval of ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s new partner, Pete Davidson. A particular line in West’s ‘Hot Shit’ verse seems to reference this period; “Another headline, ‘Where your hat at?’/ ‘N***a, go home, where your kids at?“.“Kanye gave me this verse a couple of months ago when he was just all over the media, because of all of the things that were going on,” Cardi told Lowe.

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