Cardi B Speaks Out Against Censorship Challenges During Radio Edits: 'So Annoying!'

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Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B has voiced her frustration regarding the censorship process in a recent appearance on the YouTube series Hot Ones.

The artist, known for her explicit lyrics, revealed the challenges she faces when recording clean versions of her songs for pop radio.

Cardi, 30, shared her annoyance at having to modify her recent single "Bongos" with Megan Thee Stallion, recalling the experience of altering the lyrics to meet broadcasting standards.

"I’m doing the clean version, and it’s like, ‘Baby, eat it up like a plum,’ and it’s like, ‘No, you still can’t play that for pop radio’ or whatever," she explained.

Despite her creativity in finding suitable replacements, Cardi expressed her dissatisfaction, stating, "That sounds so corny, like that sounds like Kidz Bop, but I have no choice, so, 'Baby, eat these peaches and plums.'"

The rapper's candid remarks shed light on the challenges artists face in navigating censorship while preserving their artistic expression.

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