Cardi B Speaks On Mandatory Draft Registration For Men Aged 18-26:’These TikTokers Are Not…’

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Cardi B, a popular singer, has reacted to the House’s bill of auto registering men of 18-26 years of age for selective military service. The singer tries to express her strong objection to the bill. A bill that automatically registers men between the ages of 18 and 26 for selective service was passed by the House of Representatives on Friday. It was included in the yearly National Defense Authorization Act.

Cardi B Speaks On Mandatory Draft
Registration For Men Aged 18-26:
'These TikTokers Are Not...'
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Cardi B, a popular singer, has reacted to the House’s bill of auto registering men of 18-26 years of age for selective military service. She was visibly not aboard with this new bill. She said, “Good luck to America. These few alone n*** are TikTokers baby. These mo ain’t gonna fight no war.”

is riddled with profane language. The singer tries to express her strong objection to the bill by adding, “You better keep investing money in God guns. You wanna send kids, these few kids, the TikTok hip shakers to war? Out of your mind!”

The video quickly went viral on X, formerly known as Twitter. It gained significant reactions from netizens and fans alike. A user going by the name @WICKED200 saw no lies in Cardi’s words –

A commenter found the singer’s ‘hip-shakers’ comment hilarious –

@MisandryAvenger, another user, called out the gen z men to be worthless and wrote –

@yhhddsx, a X user, sharply objected to Cardi B.’s comments. They wrote that they were under the misconception that Cardi would advocate equality in the defense forces. But the user was shocked that the singer generalized the future defendants of the nations as ‘TikTokers’ –

About The Bill
A bill that automatically registers men between the ages of 18 and 26 for selective service was passed by the House of Representatives on Friday. It was included in the yearly National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which outlines the military and national security objectives for the upcoming fiscal year of the United States government. The NDAA for this year allocates $895.2 billion, a $9 billion increase above the budget for the military in fiscal 2024.