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Monday, March 4, 2019

Eeeooww: San Antonio Artist Adds Cardi B Mural

Posted By on Mon, Mar 4, 2019 at 2:44 PM

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She makes money moves, and now she's part of San Antonio's art landscape.

In honor of the splash Cardi B made on the male-driven hip-hop industry, local muralist Colton Valentine has added a mural of the rapper to a brick wall at 802 San Pedro Ave.



The mural captures Cardi's likeness, complete with her tongue sticking out and her signature "Eeeoowww!" in a speech bubble.
The artwork's appearance comes not long after the rapper performed at the Houston rodeo. While in Texas, Cardi B shared a video on Instagram showing her standing next to a picture of Selena. Oh, and "Como La Flor" is playing and Cadni even sings along, too.
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I was so sick yesterday ya don’t even know ! I had such a bad migraine I had to get a doctor backstage to give me two shots and ain’t rehearsed cause I been working all week and ain’t really know what I was getting myself into until I got in the venue .Im OD honored for all the love Houston gave me! I remember the first time I came to Houston I came out here to strip and people showed me maaaaaa love and Houston was the first place me and set when on a date 😂😂😂The love have really grown .I was maaaaa hype to see this picture before I got in my dressing room cause out of all her outfits there’s a picture hanging on the wall of the outfit I got my inspiration from for Please Me music video.It was like a lucky sign to me .

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Cardi B also revealed that the outfit Selena is wearing in the picture actually inspired her own look in the music video for "Please Me," her new collaboration with Bruno Mars.
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