The rapper recently worked through a cheating scandal of her own with fiance, Migos' Offset, as she is readying to give birth to her first child.
"Just do what your heart feels like doing," Cardi B said in a radio interview on Friday with Big Boy's Neighborhood. "Do what your heart feels like is right. At the end of the day, everybody wants to act like they're dating deacons and pastors and their relationship is perfect and you don't know what type of things are going on in their relationship, you don't know how old certain receipts are."
The 25-year-old also talked about her sudden rise to stardom, the difficulties of her pregnancy and dealing with relationship problems while the world looks on -- problems she confronts head on in her song, "Be Careful" on her new album, Invasion of Privacy.
She said that after Offset cheated on her, she tuned out the outside voices who told her to leave. Instead, she turned to her family for support.
"I really did want to hide my pregnancy, because I just hate people's opinions, I hate different opinions and I hate people talking down about my baby, making it seem like it's not a blessing," Cardi B said.
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