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If You Need Some Cardi B Memes, We’ve Got you Covered With These 19 Memes For Any Ocassion

Belcalis Almanzar is breaking records left and right, from VMA award nominations to topping Billboard charts, and even having her first child all in the last year alone. She is also one of the most meme-able humans on earth. That’s right. Move over, Rihanna. Cardi B is here to be the face of memes for every and nay situation. If you couldn’t get enough of the “Young Cardi” memes, then enjoy these Belcalis adulting memes.

1. When you don’t have anything nice to say.

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TBH, it’s not just a Dominican trait to be feared. All Latinos might have been taught that “If you don’t have anything nice to say, callate la boca pendeja.” However, some times people need to be talked down to.

2. Of course she is willing to get nostalgic.

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Bardi’s roots are definitely not from Disney. Girl grew up in the South Bronx and she worked as a cashier at an Amish Market when she was a teenager. She made $250 a week, which is better than a lot of jobs.

3. Nothing like some simple yet important beauty hacks.

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How many times have you done this with your hair? Don’t lie. It was more often than you’d like to admit.

4. You can get festive with some of these memes.

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Legit, I always leave my mom’s house like this on Thanksgiving. Like, give me all the food that no one is eating. I need food.

5. Some times you just want to make your friends laugh with some silly jokes.

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True fans know Cardi B’s name is Belcalis Almanzar, but her Cardi B stage name is short for Bacardi (the rum). Meanwhile, her sister’s name is Hennessy (like the brandy).

6. When your friend needs a little inspiration for their upcoming week.

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Cardi B to the rescue. Honestly, you can order your own Cardi B veladores and Bardi swag on Etsy.

7. Her photos are truly meme magic, like this sweet animal moment.

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Who hasn’t wanted to spend time with some sweet dolphins. Though, tbh, let’s avoid aquariums since they don’t treat animals well.

8. This surefire way to deflect all of those “y tu novio” questions.

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I don’t know if abuelitas understand memes just yet, but girl’s gotta learn to function in this life, and that you’re thriving. Two birds. One scone. 🐥🍮 🐥

9. You can use Cardi B to clown your perpetually single friends.

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Also, you wouldn’t want to see them any other way. Have you experienced your single friends getting married? It’s like they disappear.

10. Obviously there is going to be a Beyoncé meme in the mix because she is everywhere.

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Fun fact: Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy” album mentions Beyoncé every twelve minutes. Cardi B gave shoutouts to all our favorite female artists (Tina Turner, TLC, Rihanna).

11. When you want to let your friends know that you are deep stalking an ex’s social media.

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Okurrr, maybe I’m being a little bit loca. Feel free to send to all the locos in your life.

12. Nothing like Cardi B letting everyone know exactly what you’re feeling.

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Someone just called to talk about your last tweet? Before you even hang up with them, post this.

13. Who hasn’t made this face and noise when using this emoji?

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Stick that tongue out and proud wherever you want girl. Save this meme for the day a fool misinterprets your emoji. Porque emojis are not words.

14. Nothing like giving your squad some inspiration about the years to come.

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Have you ever been out and about and seen someone that looks like your friend from the future? Those are moments to truly cherish.

15. When you just need a good laugh.

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I mean… it’s pretty spot on, sans the Targoat bags. But you know that Cardi B loves Target because it is one of the greatest stores, according to Latino families.

16. Hell, you can also just clown Cardi B as a bonding experience because, why not?

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Literally, Cardi B stripped to save money to get out of an abusive relationship and invest in her music career. I am here for that. That’s A+ street smarts and deserves all of the respect.

17. When you need motivation in life.

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When Cardi B “got a bag and fixed [her] teeth,” her dentist’s business actually tripled after Cardi B released “Bodak Yellow.”

18. Some times she just speaks to your very soul and that shouldn’t be kept secret.

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It looks like capitalism and tastes french fries. It also wouldn’t hurt to get someone in the White House who isn’t Donald Trump, tbh.

19. When you remember that your life is already goals.

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These are the things that matter in life, no? Sure we all got problems but so long as your skin is clear, your ass is fat, then you have what you need to have a good life, according to the Meme Gods.


READ: Young Cardi B Is Dropping Some Truth In Some Of The Funniest Memes On The Internet

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This Man Is Using TikTok To Bring Younger People To Old-School Jams And His Fans Are Loving It

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This Man Is Using TikTok To Bring Younger People To Old-School Jams And His Fans Are Loving It

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Everyone has that embarrassing uncle. The one who busts out dancing in public, or makes incredibly old-school dad jokes. Embarrassing uncles keep you guessing what they’ll do next and oftentimes you and your cousins are embarrassed by his bizarre behavior. If you can’t think of an embarrassing uncle, chances are it’s you, you’re the embarrassing uncle or tía. This Mexican man from Wyoming is the quintessential embarrassing uncle, except the internet, unlike your cousins, is loving every minute of his antics. 

Tío TikTok might be a little older than the app’s intended audience, but he still managed to make his content go viral, even when he didn’t even know what TikTok was.

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Tío TikTok aka Nathan Apodaca is the grown man who’s single-handedly bringing Gen-Z app TikTok, to Millennials. If you’re wondering what TikTok is, don’t worry. It is basically the second-coming of Vine. It is all about short videos that play in a loop for everyone to enjoy. 

Remember Musical.ly? Maybe you remember the times of Vine? It’s hard to keep up with the constantly changing social media landscape as some apps gain notoriety, others merge, and even more die out. As non-members of the Gen Z generation, it’s even harder to keep it all straight.

The old app Musical.ly was rebranded as TikTok and it’s quickly become Gen Z’s app of choice.

If you do remember Musical.ly, you may know that in August 2018, it rebranded as TikTok. And Vine? That app was the victim of an ever-changing internet and suffered a slow death, causing users to feel the dejection of media abandonment. TikTok though has stirred up a revival of short video clips. Only now, it’s even more interactive, collaborative, and downright addictive.

Apodaca was introduced to the app by his Gen Z daughters, and his videos soon went viral.

Tío TikTok was unaware of the popular video-app himself. His daughters, Makyla and Angelia, are the ones who first introduced Apocada’s to the platform. His youngest daughter even helped him film his first video, which quickly went viral. Apodaca confesses that he was stumped as to what to do, or what type of content to publish on his app, but his eldest daughter came to the rescue and suggested he did his usual goofy dances on camera. And just like that, Apodaca turned into a TikTok sensation.

Tío TikTok’s 16-second videos are simple and hilarious, and they touch a chord with young audiences for their humor.

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Apodaca shares 16-second bite-sized clips of himself dancing and performing to a tune. His perfectly in-sync interpretations, have gained him nearly 90 thousand followers. Tío TikTok usually jams out to classic ’90s gangsta rap like DMX, Dr. Dre, Eminem or Twista and Gen Z-ers and Millennials alike, can’t seem to get enough of his nostalgic vibes.

In his video’s he’s usually goofing around at work or high off weed which has made his content recognizable.

In one of his most liked posts, Nathan is seen sitting on a conveyor belt lip-syncing Sublime’s ’90s classic hit ‘Santeria’ at the factory where he works and films most of his videos. The post earned 26.9 thousand likes and received thousands of hilarious comments like “*OSHA has entered the chat*” by @BertoBitch or “The workers that package for WISH…”

Apodaca is the stoner uncle you never knew you needed on social media.

His hashtags regularly include 420, 710, ‘high’ and ‘gogreen’, stoner terms used to celebrate dabs and cannabis concentrates. His song choices, usually pulled from an unpredictably random selection, often celebrate the plant too. @Doggface208 aka Nathan Apodaca loves weed so much that he, ingeniously, linked his PayPal account on his TikTok bio for donations; “Now accepting donations 4 Flower 🍃 n white Ts PayPal apodacadogg208@gmail.com” reads his profile description. Whether the account is real or not, we’re not sure, but you’re welcome to send a little donation and let us know.

Most TikTok users may be under 30 according to Apple Store download stats, but we’re sure that this guy’s hilarious videos will attract an older demographic to download the app too.

READ: This 11-Year-Old Latina Has Thousands Of Followers On TikTok And The Most Hilarious Sense Of Humor About Latinidad

Dad Shaves Baby’s Head While Mom Was Sleeping And We Think A Latina Abuelita Had Something To Do With It

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Dad Shaves Baby’s Head While Mom Was Sleeping And We Think A Latina Abuelita Had Something To Do With It

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Dads, you have to love them, especially when they’re left to rule the house when mom’s away. While they generally try their hardest, some dads can be big kids and the house will essentially remain unsupervised by a responsible adult. This mom learned that the hard way after she handed over the torch of responsibility to dad while she took a little nap. She woke up to find that dad had shaved off the baby’s hair and her reaction is priceless.

This video proves that sometimes you just can’t trust a Latino dad alone with the children.

New mom Jasmin Aileen Valero, wanted to catch up on some sleep after the exhausting task of taking care of her newborn baby. Dad, Joshua Luevanoz, was entrusted with watching over baby Jazlyn, while mom took a little nap. To Jasmin’s surprise, she woke up to find out that dad had shaved Jazlin’s entire head of hair, leaving their newborn looking like a little diaper-wearing kiwi.

Mom clearly didn’t expect to wake up to such a surprise. Suffice it to say, she wasn’t happy.

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The Californian family shared the video of Jasmin being given the shock of a lifetime and the internet loved it, except for a few viewers going as far as to call it ‘child abuse.’

Jasmin had only just woke up when Joshua handed her the baby and began filming. Next thing you know, he’s pulling a little blanket off Jazlyn’s head to reveal their newly bald baby. Jasmin’s reaction is one of true surprise or horror if you will. “Why’d you do that?” she asks holding back shocked laughter and tears. Many news outlets have reported that dad shaved the baby’s head as a prank. But if you grew up Latino, you know that in a Latino household, shaving a baby’s head is no prank, it’s serious business and there’s bound to be a group of elders putting pressure on the new parents to rid the child of his or her hair, for the sake of tradition. 

 Behind every bald baby, there’s an Abuelita or tía telling new parents everything about the millenary tradition of shaving the baby’s head.

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“Is shaving the newborn baby’s hair necessary for his hair to grow stronger?” 

The Latino tradition of shaving the baby’s hair is true and old. Many call it: pelar, rapar, rasurar or afeitar al bebé. It’s a tradition widely spread throughout many Hispanic countries. I can confirm that it’s a common practice in Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Spain, Ecuador, and Mexico. Why do crazy moms, abuelas —and unsuspecting dads as it turns out shave the baby’s hair? According to tradition, the new hair will grow thicker, more evenly, and beautiful. 

Experts explain that shaving a baby’s hair will not make it thicker or change its texture. Baby hair changes depend on the normal development of the child, and his or her genetic make-up. Where this tradition started, I wouldn’t know, trying to find out would be like trying to trace back the origin of ‘el cucuy, ‘nobody knows, it’s just been a tradition for centuries and centuries. There’s no information explaining where we picked up this idea from. But it is, unfortunately for this mom, still a very common practice. 

Latinos aren’t the only peoples who shave off little innocent babies’ heads. Muslims do it too, perhaps this is where the tradition started?

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Surprisingly, Latinos aren’t the only people who believe in this magic capillary legend. Shaving the baby’s head on his seventh day on earth is a common practice amongst Sunnah Islamic followers. They believe that only boys should have their heads shaved as “a means to drive them closer to Allaah.” If we keep in mind that many Latino traditions originate from Spain, which was occupied by Muslims for centuries, maybe that has something to do with how all the shaving started.

READ: These Two ‘Traditions’ Seem To Only Be Normal To Latinos