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Raven VeronaCardi B is making money moves to dethrone Drake and replace him at the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

Cardi’s “I Like it” featuring Bad Bunny and J Balvin is currently number three, and is challengingDrake’s “Nice for What” which is currently number one and has been at the top of the chart for seven non-consecutive weeks

If “I Like It” reaches number one, it would be Cardi’s second chart-topping hit following her debut solo single, “Bodak Yellow,” which was number one for three weeks last October.

Nielsen Music projects that “I Like It” will finish this week with 35 million streams in the United States, as well as 25,000 downloads. The song is also competing for the top spot with Post Malone’s “Psycho” featuring Ty Dolla $ign which is currently number two,

Cardi also holds the number four position as the featured artist on Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You,” which is right behind another Drake track, “God’s Plan, which is number four.

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DeWayne Rogers/Monami EntertainmentXscape and Migos were the special award winners at the 2018 ASCAP Rhythm and Blues AwardsThursday night in Los Angeles.

Jermaine Dupri, who discovered Xscape, presented the group with the Golden Note Award for extraordinary career achievement. The ladies closed the show with a performance of their greatest hits, including "Who Can I Run To," "Understanding" and "Just Kickin' It."

Migos received the Vanguard Award for “expanding hip-hop's sonic palette with their boundary-breaking creativity.”

Quavo from Migos tied with Gucci Mane for Songwriter of the Year. His compositions include "Good Drank" which he recorded with Gucci and 2 Chainz, and "Bad and Boujee” which Migos recorded with Lil Uzi Vert. 

Gucci Mane’s writing credits include “Black Beatles” which he recorded with Rae Sremmurd, and "Both" which he recorded with Drake

2 Chainz, Timbaland, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jeremih, Meek Mill, Yo GottiDej Loaf, Erica Campbell, Sevyn Streeter, and Kevin Gates were among the artists attending the event.

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Courtesy BETSnoop Dogg, Ledisi and Marsha Ambrosius have been added to the list of performers for this Sunday night's BET Awards.

Other stars who'll be performing at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles include Nicki Minaj,Migos, Janelle Monáe, H.E.R., Ella Mai2 Chainz, Big Sean, YG, Miguel, Jay Rock, Yolanda Adams, SiR, Tye Tribett and Sly Pyper

Jamie Foxx hosts the show and Anita Baker will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The list of presenters includes John Legend, Tyra BanksTerry Crews, T.I., Kevin Hart, LL Cool J, Chloe x Halle, Bobby Brown, Tyler Perry, Regina Hall, Tika Sumpter and Omari Hardwick

DJ Khaled tops the list of nominees this year with six nominations, followed by Kendrick Lamar with five nominations. Migos and SZA are up for four awards.

The 2018 BET Awards air live Sunday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

The BET Experience weekend kicked off Thursday night with the first of three nightly concerts at the Staples Center featuring LL Cool J, NasLudacris, and Ne-Yo,

Chris Brown headlines Friday night on a bill with SZA, Ella Mai, and Teyana Taylor.

Saturday night, Rae SremmurdMeek Mill, and Lil Pump will be among the rappers taking over The Staples Center.

Here are the BET Awards music nominees: 

Album of the Year Award
Grateful, DJ Khaled
Culture II, Migos
CTRL, SZA
DAMN., Kendrick Lamar
4:44, Jay-Z
Black Panther: The Album, Kendrick Lamar and Various Artists

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist Award
Beyoncé
Kehlani
H.E.R.
Rihanna
SZA

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist Award
Bruno Mars
Chris Brown
The Weeknd
Khalid
Daniel Caesar

Best Female Hip Hop Artist Award
Cardi B
Rapsody
Nicki Minaj
Remy Ma
DeJ Loaf

Best Male Hip Hop Artist Award
DJ Khaled
Jay-Z
Drake
J. Cole
Kendrick Lamar

Best Group Award
Chloe x Halle
A Tribe Called Quest
N.E.R.D.
Migos
Rae Sremmurd

Best Collaboration Award
DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, "Wild Thoughts"
Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B, "Finesse (Remix)"
Kendrick Lamar feat. Rihanna, "Loyalty"
DJ Khaled feat. Future, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, "Top Off"
Cardi B feat. 21 Savage, "Bartier Cardi"
French Montana feat. Swae Lee, "Unforgettable" 

Video of the Year Award
Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B, "Finesse (Remix)"
Cardi B, "Bodak Yellow"
Migos feat. Drake, "Walk It Talk It"
DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, "Wild Thoughts"
Drake, "God's Plan"
Kendrick Lamar, "Humble"

Video Director of the Year Award
Ava Duvernay
Chris Brown
Director X
Dave Meyers
Benny Boom

Best New Artist Award
Goldlink
SZA
H.E.R.
A Boogie wit da Hoodie
Daniel Caesar

Best International Act Award
Booba (France)
Cassper Nyovest (SA)
Dadju (France)
Davido (Nigeria)?
Distruction Boyz (SA)
Fally Ipupa (Dr. Congo)
J Hus (UK)
Niska (France)
Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Stefflon Don (UK)
Stormzy (UK)

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award
Lecrae feat. Tori Kelly, "I'll Find You"
Snoop Dogg feat. B Slade, "Words Arew Few"
Ledisi and Kirk Franklin, "If You Don't Mind"
Marvin Sapp, "Close"
Tasha Cobbs Leonard feat. Nicki Minaj, "I'm Getting Ready" 

BET Her Award
Janelle Monaé, "Django Jane"
Lizzo, "Water Me"
Mary J. Blige, "Strength of a Woman"
Remy Ma feat. Chris Brown, "Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)"
Chloe x Halle, "The Kids Are Alright"
Leikeli47, "2nd Fiddle"

Coca-Cola Viewers' Choice Award
Migos feat. Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, "MotorSport" 
Kendrick Lamar, "Humble" 
Cardi B, "Bodak Yellow" 
Drake, "God's Plan"
DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, "Wild Thoughts"
SZA feat. Travis Scott, "Love Galore"

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Prince Williams/WireImage Jim Jones was arrested early Thursday morning following a police chase in Coweta County, Georgia.

Jones was driving a Mercedes SUV and drifted several times into the emergency lane on Interstate 85, the Newhan Times-Herald reports. When Investigator Jeremy Wood pulled him over for a traffic stop, Jones sped away. After a brief pursuit, police pulled in front of him and his vehicle stopped upon hitting the police car.

Cops found a loaded Titan .25-caliber pistol, and a Ruger SR 9mm handgun reported stolen in March. Numerous pills were also discovered including Oxycodone and Percocet, as well as THC oil.

Four people, including Jones, were arrested. They were taken to a local hospital and then booked at the Coweta County Jail. Jones faces several charges, including theft by receiving stolen property, possession of  firearm during the commission of a crime, narcotics possession, marijuana possession and dangerous drugs to be kept in original container, 

According to police, the rapper admitted smoking marijuana, and said he had a prescription for the pills. He also said he was not aware of the guns.

Despite the arrest, Jones was able to perform Thursday night on the first date of the Dipset Forever Tour in Hampton, New Hampshire. He posted an Instagram video of the show with the caption, "Bounce back like #RoundBall less thn 24hrs #DipSetforeverTour has started stil made it to th stage to rock wit my bros.”

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abc/randy holmesChris Brown finds himself reduced to a miniature dancer engulfed by a giant hand in his new, futuristic video for “To My Bed, which he released Friday.

The singer appears in variety of settings in the clip, including in a desert with pyramids as he flashes his dazzling dance moves accompanied by six female dancers.

The video ends with Breezy in tiny form, as a spider-like hand hovers above and finally descends upon him. 

“To My Bed," which Brown directed with Daniel CZ, is the latest release from his eighth studio album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

Brown kicked off his Heartbreak on a Full Moon tour Tuesday in Seattle, Washington. The tour wraps up August 4 in Las Vegas.

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Michael Jackson's father and former manager, Joe Jackson, is reportedly suffering from terminal cancer.

The Jackson family patriarch has been suffering from the illness for some time, TMZ reports.

"He's very frail," Jermaine Jackson told The Daily Mail. "He doesn't have long." The website reports that initially, Joe Jackson, who lives in Las Vegas, refused visitors. However, on Tuesday, some family members, including his wife, Katherine -- who lives apart from Joe -- and daughter Rebbie were allowed to see him. 

"No one knew what was going on," Jermaine added. "We shouldn't have to beg, plead, and argue to see our own father, especially at a time like this. We have been hurting."

Jermaine continued, "We were not being told where he was and couldn't get the full picture. Even from the doctor. My mother was worried sick."

Joe Jackson is 89 years old. His 90th birthday is on July 26.

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Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty ImagesFollowing news that a suspect was arrested Wednesday for the murder of XXXTentacion, the rapper's mother is now suggesting that X's girlfriend is pregnant with his baby.

Cleopatra Bernard, mother of the slain rapper, posted an image of a sonogram on Instagram on Thursday with the comment, “He left us a final gift.” 

The sonogram was also posted on X's Instagram page with the comment, “Baby jah #longlivejahseh” XXXTentacion’s birth name was Jasheh Onfroy.

TMZ reports that the mother of the child is the rapper's girlfriend, and a source tells the website that he knew weeks ago that he was going to be come a father.  According to the source, X kept it a secret because he didn't want to cause her any stress.

TMZ also claims that the sonogram was taken April 28, when the girlfriend was just over eight weeks along, which means she's four months pregnant now.  That puts the due date around November.

XXXTentacion was shot and killed Monday afternoon at a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Dedrick Williams, 22, was arrested Wednesday in Deerfield Beach and charged with first-degree murder and grand theft auto.

Since X's death, streams of his music have gone through the roof. Variety reports he broke the single-day global streaming record on Spotify with 10.4 million streams of his song "Sad!"  That record was previously held by Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do," which racked up 10.1 million streams in August of 2017.

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Interscope recordsElla Mai is one of the breakthrough artists of the year, thanks to her number one hit, “Boo’d Up.”  She says growing up, her musical and style inspiration was another young artist who topped the chart with her debut single: Alicia Keys.

The British singer tells Billboard that after seeing Keys in the 1990s, “I learned to braid my hair.”  Mai also says the 15-time Grammy Award winner inspired her to learn piano.

Named after the legendary Ella Fitzgerald, Mai moved from London to New York City with her family. When she volunteered to sing the national anthem at her high school graduation, the reaction was so positive that she was inspired her to pursue a music career.

“They were like, ‘You can sing?’' she remembers people saying. Mai moved back to London and studied music. After appearing on The X Factor U.K as part of a group, Mai got her big break when she began posting cover songs on Instagram.

DJ Mustard, whose credits include songs with RihannaChris BrownJohn Legend, Snoop Dogg,Lil Wayne, and Nicki Minaj, was so impressed with Mai's music that he slid into her DM's. 

“I went on his page to make sure it was really him,” Mai remembers. “I never would have imagined it would land me where I am today.”

Mustard ended up signing Mai to his label, 10 Summers Records.  He also produced her three EPs, as well as “Boo’d Up.”

Mai is performing at the BET Awards Sunday in Los Angeles, and at the Essence Festival on July 7 in New Orleans.

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ABC/Randy HolmesJAY-Z’s latest award is definitely bringing a “smile” to his face.

The ROC Nation CEO has won the Grand Prix for Excellence in Music Video award at the 2018 Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity in Cannes, France for “Smile.”

Shot in the actual apartment where Jay grew up in the 1970’s, the poignant mini-movie for the song from his 4:44 album tells the true story of his mother, Gloria Carter, raising four children in the Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, New York. 

In the lyrics, Jay reveals, “Mama had four kids, but she’s a lesbian…Society shame and the pain was too much to take."

In the video, we see actress Dominique Fishback portraying Gloria, who's shown crying as her female lover leaves their apartment; Jay then comes to comfort her.

The end of the video cuts to his mother in the present day reciting a poem she wrote based on her experience coming out as gay. She says, “Living two lives, happy, but not free. You live in the shadows for fear of someone hurting your family or the person you love…Love who you love, because life isn’t guaranteed. Smile.”

At first, Gloria told her son not to reveal her sexual orientation, but she eventually agreed he should release the song. 

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Kai Z. FengWith a little “work” and a little “magic,” Bruno Mars and Rihanna have both reached a major YouTube milestone this week.

Bruno’s video for “24K Magic” and Rihanna’s video for “Work” featuring Drake have both crossed one billion views. The "24K Magic" video debuted on October 6, 2016, while "Work" hit YouTube on February 22, 2016.

Bruno is now tied with Colombian singer Maluma for the second most videos in the Billion Views Clubs. Among his other billion-view clips: "Just the Way You Are" and "That's What I Like." Justin Bieber still holds the record for the most videos with a billion views, though.

With “Work,” Rihanna is now tied with Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj for women with the most videos with a billion views. They each have four.

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YouTube OriginalsThe story of how Warren G created his signature G Funk sound in the 1990s is being told in a new documentary also featuring Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Ice Cube, Ice T, and Wiz Khalifa.

Too Short, Nate Dogg, and The D.O.C. also appear in G FUNK, which will debut July 11 on YouTube Premium.

“I really wanted people to experience the world of West Coast hip-hop seen through my eyes, and also how it helped inspire and evolve the current music of today,” Warren G says. "We all knew we were creating something dope but didn't realize it would have such a lasting effect on music indefinitely.”  

Warren G, born Warren Griffin III, is one of the pioneers of West Coast hip-hop. He began his career in the trio 213, featuring Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg. His 1994 debut solo album, Regulate... G Funk Era,was certified triple platinum. The title tune, "Regulate" featuring Nate Dogg, was certified double platinum and also appeared on the soundtrack of the Tupac film, Above the Rim

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Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicMary J. Blige is reportedly now officially divorced.

Three months after the nine-time Grammy-winner reached a settlement in her divorce from Kendu Issacs, the agreement became legal Wednesday, The Blast reports. 

A Los Angeles judge approved the divorce settlement. Terms were not revealed. 

Blige and Issacs were married in 2003 and she filed for divorce in 2016, citing “irreconcilable differences.” As previously reported, in October 2017, Blige was ordered by a judge to continue paying Isaacs $30,000 a month in spousal support, after his request for an increase to $65,000 a month was dismissed. Isaacs originally demanded $130,000 a month.

Blige said in court documents that paying Isaacs' spousal support would be unfair and unreasonable. She claimed that she doesn't own her music catalog, owes $25 million from advances, and accrued another $12 million in debt while married to Isaacs.

Blige also claimed that during their marriage, Issacs spent more than $420,000 on “travel charges” involving a woman he was having an affair with, according to People.com.

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Erika Goldring/Getty ImagesAnita Baker is adding to her long list of honors with a Lifetime Achievement Award from BET.

The network announced Thursday that the 60-year-old singer will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award Sunday night at the BET Awards. Baker announced earlier this year she's retiring and is continuing her retirement concert tour this summer.

Baker launched her solo career in 1983 with The Songstress album. Three year later, she hit number one with her five-times platinum album, Rapture, featuring the hit "Sweet Love."  Baker's other hits include "Giving You the Best That I Got" and "Just Because."  Along the way, she's won eight Grammys and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

As previously reported, Nicki MinajJanelle MonaeMigos, H.E.R. and Ella Mai will perform during the BET Awards, which will be hosted by Jamie Foxx. This will be Foxx's second time hosting the event; his first was in 2009.

DJ Khaled tops the list of nominees this year with six nominations, including one for Video of the Year and two for Best Collaboration: one with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, for "Wild Thoughts," and the other with JAY-ZFuture and Beyoncé, for "Top Off."

Kendrick Lamar follows with five nominations, while Migos and SZA have four each.  

The 2018 BET Awards air live Sunday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Maury Phillips/WireImageAshanti, Mia X, and V. Bozeman from Empire are the latest artists added to the lineup of the Essence Festival. The ladies will perform individually with Doug E. Fresh at the Superdome in New Orleans.

Mia X will join the rapper on the festival opening night, July 6, Bozeman will perform with him on July 7, and Ashanti will share the stage with the legendary beatboxer on the closing night, July 8.

The festival opens on July 6 with Erykah BaduJill ScottSnoop DoggMiguel, and Ledisi also performing on the main stage.

Queen Latifah is bringing her “Ladies First” show to the festival on July 7 featuring Missy Elliott, Remy MaMC Lyte and Nikki D. They join a Saturday lineup which includes Mary J. Blige and Xscape.

The three-day event closes July 8 with performances from Janet JacksonFantasia, and Teddy Riley with SWVBlackstreet, and Guy.

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ABC/Rick RowellAfter receiving two Oscar nominations for Mudbound -- one for music and the other for her acting -- Mary J. Blige is now set to land her first headlining role, as a police officer in the horror thriller Body CamVariety reports.

The movie is described as a story about several Los Angeles police officers who are haunted by an evil spirit after a black youth is murdered by two white cops. After the incident was recorded by a body cam but the video destroyed, Blige’s character sees visions and investigates the cover-up.

Body Cam is described as a blend of Jordan Peele’s Academy Award-winning Get Out, and the 2012 police drama, End of Watch.

In addition to Body Cam, Blige has also joined the cast of the Netlfix superhero series, Umbrella Academy.

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Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images; inset image of Dedrick Devonshay Williams courtesy Broward Sheriff's OfficePolice have arrested a suspect in the fatal shooting of rapper XXXTentacion, ABC News has confirmed.

The suspect, Dedrick Williams, 22, was arrested Wednesday in Deerfield Beach, FL and charged with first-degree murder and grand theft auto.

XXX Tentacion, born Jasheh Onfroy, was leaving RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach Monday when he was shot and killed. The gunman and an accomplice fled in a black Dodge Journey.

Since X's death, streams of his music have gone through the roof. Variety reports he broke the single-day global streaming record on Spotify with 10.4 million streams of his song "Sad!"  That record was previously held by Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do," which racked up 10.1 million streams in August of 2017.

Ironically, XXX Tentacion's music was earlier removed from Spotify playlists due to his legal issues, including abuse allegations against his then-pregnant girlfriend, Geneva Ayala.  Spotify dropped the ban a few days later after public a outcry.

Meanwhile, Billboard reports Ayala has raised $10,000 since Monday via a GoFundMe page to pay for her medical expenses, which were necessary following the injuries she allegedly sustained when X attacked her in 2016. (GoFundMe page features graphic imagery.)

According to Billboard, Ayala initially set up the page 2016 but was blocked from receiving the funds after fans accused her of fraud.  Her rights to the page were eventually restored and the total she's raised now tops $35,000. In addition, according to Billboard, Ayala can still legally pursue a civil case against Onfroy's estate should she choose to do so.

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Michael Stewart/WireImage"I came to this country as an illegal immigrant @ 5 years old." 

That's how Nicki Minaj begins a post in which she weighs in on the Trump administration's policy of separating immigrant children from their families.

Nicki, who was born in Trinidad and Tobago but moved when she was five to The Bronx, New York to live with her mother, writes on her Instagram: "I can’t imagine the horror of being in a strange place & having my parents stripped away from me at the age of 5. This is so scary to me."

Nicki goes on: "Please stop this. Can you try to imagine the terror & panic these kids feel right now? Not knowing if their parents are dead or alive, if they’ll ever see them again..."  She ends her post with an American flag emoji.

In the face of widespread, escalating backlash, President Donald Trump on Wednesday afternoon signed an executive order he said would end his administration's policy of separating immigrant families from their children at the U.S. border.

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ABC RadioYou would think becoming a music star would have made Khalid popular in high school, but he says his fame brought him nothing but trouble.  In fact, when he was crowned Prom King, the Prom Queen refused to dance with him.

Khalid moved from New York City to El Paso, Texas, where he  attended high school, but when his music became popular online and started to get him some music industry attention, his fellow students turned on him.

“I stole their joy” he tells Vogue.  But, he points out, “I did it in a way I felt was deserving, because I’m a decent human being and not some super-evil kid who just came in and was like, ‘Whoop! Now it’s mine!’ ”

Khalid initially started writing and recording the songs that would become his debut album to cope with the loneliness he felt after he and his single mom, a sergeant in the military, moved to Texas.  He recalls he decided to do it after he was injured in a car accident.

“I just sat in that hospital bed and I thought, damn, I need to do something to change the way my life is going,” he remembers. Khalid began writing songs as therapy, inspired by his mother who in addition to her military career is also a singer.

“My mom is extremely talented,” Khalid says. “I looked up to her and wanted to do what she was doing.”

Khalid's debut album American Teen earned him a slew of Grammy nominations and he's currently having success with movie soundtrack songs.  In addition to his Love, Simon soundtrack collabo "Love Lies" with Normani, he’s also featured with Swae Lee on “The Ways” on the Black Panther soundtrack, and also “This Way” with H.E.R. for the new Superfly soundtrack.

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Fabien Montique/Live NationPusha-T will be hitting the road this summer: He announced The Daytona Tour on Wednesday.

Named after his new Kanye West-produced album, the 21-city tour will feature two opening acts signed to Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music label: Valee and Sheck Wes.

The tour kicks off July 31 in Denver, Colorado, and will continue through August 31 in Santa, Ana, California.

Here are Pusha-T's Daytona Tour dates:

7/31 -- Denver, CO, Red Rocks
8/2  -- Milwaukee, WI,  Rave
8/3  -- St Louis, MO,  The Pageant
8/4  -- Kansas City, MO, Midland
8/6  -- Detroit, MI,  Saint Andrews Hall
8/7  -- Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live 
8/8  -- Chicago, IL, House of Blues Chicago 
8/9  -- Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s 
8/10  -- Cleveland, OH, House of Blues Cleveland
8/12  -- Boston, MA, House of Blues Boston
8/15  -- Baltimore, MD, Soundstage
8/19  -- Norfolk, VA, Norva
8/20  -- Richmond, VA, National
8/22  -- North Myrtle Beach, SC, House of Blues Myrtle Beach 
8/23  -- Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore 
8/25  -- Houston, TX, House of Blues Houston
8/27  -- San Antonio, TX, Aztec Theatre
8/28  -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues Dallas
8/30  -- Phoenix, AZ, Press Room
8/31  -- Santa Ana, CA, Observatory
9/1  -- Los Angeles, CA, The Belasco Theater
10/13 -- Oakland, CA, Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

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Ruven Afanador for Rolling Stone(NOTE LANGUAGE) As President Donald Trump continues to receive heat for his immigration policies, Cardi B is slamming him for nearly causing “a crazy civil war between the blacks and the whites.”

"Every artist has explained how harmful he is," Cardi tells Rolling Stone in the July cover story. "He has made divisions in this country -- he almost made a crazy civil war between the blacks and the whites. He has proven himself to be a madman so many times, and proven himself to be disrespectful to women, and that still hasn't gotten him impeached."

Cardi appears on the Rolling Stone cover with her fiancée, Offset. She’s pregnant with his baby, and claps back at those who criticize her because he has children with three different women.

"People want to make fun of me, saying I'm the fourth baby mom,” she says. "I know I'm not having a baby with a sh***y-a** man."

For his part, Offset says how much her cares for his fiancée and how he’s proud of her accomplishments. “We really love each other,” he says. “She's real. I wanted real. I also wanted successful."

Cardi recalls that when she discovered she was pregnant, her team told her having a baby now would derail her success. "It was like, ‘You can't do this. This might f**k up your career.' "

Cardi ignored them and is looking forward to being a mother.

"I don't want to miss one second,” she says. “I don't want to miss no smiles, I don't want to miss no new movement. I don't want the baby to confuse me and the babysitter."

Cardi B's due to give birth next month.

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