AceShowbiz - Cardi B is warning people not to mess with her in her music video for "Be Careful", which was premiered on May 21. Directed by Jora Frantzis, the music video serves as the third visuals from her acclaimed debut album "Invasion of Privacy".
The "Kill Bill"-inspired clip opens with the Bronx native heading to the desert before she is seen walking down the aisle in a traditional wedding gown. As she and her man exchange vows, Cardi tells him to be careful with her. Shortly after, the marriage takes a dark turn as Cardi returns to the church for her husband's funeral.
Donning an all-black outfit and red-dyed hair, Cardi slams the coffin shut as she raps, " 'Cause you don't care about a thing except your mothaf***in' self/ You make me sick, n***a." It's clear that the romance between the pair has gone wrong somewhere. The video ends with the 25-year-old raptress sticking a cross-shaped grave marker into the sand.
Taking to Instagram, Cardi revealed that filming "Be Careful" music video was hard for her. "It was one of the hardest videos I ever did because I was in the desert, like in the middle of nowhere, and b***h I was so hot. I never sweat and I was sweating that day," she said in a video.
"Be Careful" was released on March 29, just days before the release of her debut album. Many people suspected that the song was about her fiance Offset, who was rumored to be cheating on her, but Cardi denounced the claims.
"No, I wasn't talking about Offset. I just wasn't talking about things that I relate to and that have happened to me," she said in an interview with Ebro Darden of Beats 1. "You just think about different types of things that you went with different type of men."