CARDI B has been named Playboy’s FIRST ever resident creative director.
The 29-year-old rapper teased some ideas for the “big stars” she will feature.
Cardi B has been named Playboy’s FIRST ever resident creative director[/caption]
She said she’s ‘so excited’ about the new role[/caption]
The WAP hitmaker shared the exciting news in a Twitter post on Wednesday.
Alongside a poster calling the job a “dream come true,” Cardi wrote: “Ya girl is now the FIRST EVER Creative Director In Residence at @playboy!!!
“What a dream!!
“I’m getting the party started as the Founding Creative Director and a founding member of CENTERFOLD the new creator-led platform from @playboy.
“I’m so excited for everything that’s coming.”
She continued to share her excitement in a number of follow up tweets.
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She admitted in one post on Thursday: “I can’t believe I’m the creative director at playboy!!! Soooo much things I want to do!
“Which artist would y’all love to see on some sexy shit on the cover of playboy?”
Cardi hinted at some of the stars she has in mind by retweeting guesses from fans, which included Megan Thee Stallion, Kylie Jenner and Teyana Taylor.
However, there was one star Cardi insisted won’t be appearing in future editions of Playboy.
After one fan asked the rapper to pose for the magazine, she responded: “No not me.”
Cardi continued to share her ideas in a series of tweets.
One Twitter user suggested Cardi an “’XXL Freshman class’ style group cover, giving the artists their own spread and interview.”
She admitted the idea was “cool,” but replied: “That’s not the direction I’m going for.
“Sometimes we will be putting models on the covers.
“I want the OLD PLAYBOY! I want sexy, fantasy a world of beauty and imagination.”
CARDI’S LOVE FOR PLAYBOY
Cardi also shared her excitement for the new role in an official statement, saying: “For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt connected to Playboy.
“It’s truly the original platform for uncensored creativity and I’m inspired by its incredible legacy of fighting for personal freedoms.
“I have so many ideas already—I can’t wait!”
Playboy ended its print publication two years ago, though continues to share content online.
The outlet recently shared the inspiration behind CENTERFOLD, explaining that the online platform will serve as a home for the world’s top creators to interact directly with their fans.
The platform will also expand communities and commerce businesses.
According to the website, “CENTERFOLD builds upon our long history of passing the mic to the most revolutionary voices of our day.
“And true to our heritage, we will amplify their messages even further through digital covers, feature stories, interviews and, of course, striking and sensual pictorials.
“We will also arm our creators with access to content production, merchandise capabilities, blockchain integration and more.”
MOTHER OF TWO
Cardi’s new role comes months after she welcomed her son with husband Offset, 29.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2017, also share three-year-old daughter Kulture.
She asked fans who she should feature in the magazine[/caption]
Cardi insisted she won’t pose for the publication[/caption]
She gave birth to her second child with Offset in September[/caption]