Cardi B's "Invasion of Privacy" was originally supposed to feature a Kash Doll verse.
UPDATE: Kash Doll has further explained the situation in a separate Instagram live-stream added below.
Kash Doll has been on the rise in the music scene for a minute. As her stock continues to grow, she is regarded as one of the top female rappers at the moment with lots of potential to make a name for herself coming out of Detroit. While it seems as though many of the women in the game began their careers as exotic dancers, Kash Doll is no exception to the rule, stripping, modeling and then deciding to showcase her bars. As stars often enjoy sharing aspects of their personal lives while live-streaming, Kash Doll revealed that she was intended to be featured on Cardi B's "She Bad" track from Invasion of Privacy.
As you now know, the track includes a guest from YG but Kash notes that her inclusion was scrapped after recording in January. On a recent Instagram Live session, the femcee rapped the majority of her verse before she got frustrated. While the verse itself sounds decent, Kash says that she's speaking out since it has surfaced as a remix. However, after trying to cover up for Cardi by first claiming her section was always a remix, she then discouragingly says that her verse was scrapped from the album.
The rapper does not give much insight on the reason why her inclusion was eventually pulled. All she says is that she "doesn't really want to talk about what happened with the song." After asking somebody in the background if she should speak further on the feature, she definitively leaves her fans hanging in confusion of why her verse was cut. Watch the video below and give your take on how her section sounds.