Rapper Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, has had enough of endorsing aspiring presidents after the Biden-admin budget cuts hit her hometown of New York amid the global economic meltdown and a perplexing allocation of funds.

Cardi B, who hails from the Bronx, took to social media shortly after New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced a five percent cut in services affecting the city. This reduction impacts vital departments like the police, public libraries, schools, and sanitation, as the city now prioritizes funding for President Joe Biden’s economic migrants.

In a live video session with some of her 169 million Instagram followers, Cardi B expressed her frustration, saying, “I’m an angry bitch right now… I need y’all to spread this video, and if something happens to me, it’s because I’m speaking the truth.”

She went on to highlight NY’s huge budget cuts, including a $120 million reduction impacting schools, public libraries, and the police department, and a $5 million cut in sanitation. “Bitch, we are going to be drowning in fucking rats,” she stated.

Frustrated by the situation, the rap star, who endorsed President Joe Biden during his run for president in 2020, declared, “I’m not endorsing no fucking president no more.” Like many, she took issue with Biden’s interest in funding wars while America grapples with economic challenges.

“We can’t fund no fucking wars. We can’t. Y’all [are] doing budget cuts on the biggest city in the United States… This shit is getting out of hand. They don’t want to say the word, but we’re going through a recession right now,” she pointed out.

Acknowledging her own financial success, she expressed concern for the next generation, asking, “What’s going to happen to my nieces? What’s going to happen to nephews? What’s going to happen to my cousins, aunts and my friends that’s living in the hood.”

Emphasizing that these leaders “don’t have out best interests,” Cardi B further warned her followers that the budget cuts in New York City could spread across the country, saying, “Little by little, it’s gonna go [on] in y’all states.”

Cardi B’s fiery message, which has garnered over 14 million views on X, came a few days after Adams announced the spending cuts, saying, “We must close a $7 billion budget gap in the coming fiscal year.”

The rapper’s rant is a complete transformation of her views from 2020 when she wholeheartedly endorsed Biden, claiming that he was America’s best bet against former President Donald Trump.

“I want a president who makes me feel secure. I want a president who understands the pain of the people. I want a president who is going to give us answers,” she said at the time.

While her rant has gone viral on X, some find it more than a little too late.

“I love that @iamcardib is going viral for sensibly stating that America is not putting its citizens first while opining about how it’s our moral duty to help every nation overseas,” political commentator Candace Owens tweeted.

“I only wish she had done this before she helped to elect a senile man whose party has single-handedly created the migrant crisis that taxpayers are now suffering the consequences from,” she added, pointing out that “You get what you vote for.”