The blooming tirade of the rapper made noise until the US Senate .

Cardi B is rarely political, but when she expresses her opinion, the whole Web hears about it. The rapper said all the harm she thought about shutdown , which has paralyzed the US administration for nearly a month , accusing Trump of having forced thousands of civil servants to return to work without pay. And why ? For his “fucking wall” on the border with Mexico. Highly commented, his release made some Democratic senators react, who were faced with a dilemma: retweeting or not retweeting a message punctuated by “bitch” and “motherfucking”.

“Obama, it was for health”

His video has been viewed more than 11 million times in 24 hours. “It’s been a little over three weeks [since the shutdown started] and Trump has ordered government employees to get back to work without being paid,” says the rapper. “And I do not want to hear you say, ” Oh, but Obama also closed the government for 17 days ”. Yeah bitch , it was for the health, so that your grandmother could go get caught the tension and that you can all go to the gynecologist to make you examine the ch *** without having fucking problems ».

Cardi B continues, his finger raised: “This thing is crazy, our country is at the bottom of the hole, and all that for a fucking wall. We must take this seriously. I do not know what, but we have to do something. But I’m scared and I feel bad for those officials who have to go to their fucking job without being paid. “

The budget talks between Donald Trump and the Democrats are blocking the $ 5 billion the US president is demanding to build a portion of the wall he promised at the border. The Democrats refuse to yield, believing they have American opinion with them, and recalling that the Republicans had a majority for two years. But the reality is that Donald Trump has never had the votes to get this spending approved.

“Do it, and I’ll retweet you”

The message has elicited reactions among several elected officials in the US Congress. “I’m trying to find out if I’m going to retweet the video of Cardi B or not,” wrote Democratic Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii. “It’s not true, I asked myself the same question half an hour ago,” his Connecticut colleague Chris Murphy, also a Democrat, told him. “Do it, and say that retweets are not a validation, especially vocabulary, and I’m retweeting you,” says Schatz.