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Cardi B drops the official music video for "Be Careful." The track is featured in her Invasion of Privacy album.

The over four-minute clip opens with a woman walking on the desert with a cross in her hand. An abandoned church is shown before Cardi B appears in the clip with her blonde hair and white wedding dress. She holds a bouquet of white roses while singing the lines to her song.

Despite all the rants she uttered, Cardi B manages to marry the guy of her dreams. However, she also ends up burying him.

Halfway through the music video, it is revealed that the woman walking with the cross in her hand is no other than Cardi B herself.

She enters the same church and sees her husband lying in the casket. Several people dressed in black are also in church with her. Cardi B walks toward the casket and lashes out at the man. She tells him that he is nothing like the person she met the first time.

Cardi B Shares 'Be Careful' Behind The Scenes

 #cardifromtheblock #dinerovideooutthursday#DINERO #dinerogang A post shared by  Jennifer Lopez (@jlo) on May 21, 2018 at 7:05pm PDT


Prior to the release of the music video for "Be Careful," Cardi B shared a hilarious story to her fans via Jennifer Lopez's Instagram account.

She revealed that she filmed the clip for the song in an actual desert. Since she is pregnant with her and Offset's first baby, she could not believe how she was sweating profusely while recording the music video.

'Be Careful' Is Not About Offset

Last month, Cardi B clarified that "Be Careful" is not about the Migos member Offset.

"No, I wasn't talkin' about Offset, I was just talkin' about things I relate to and that have happened to me. First of all, I heard the record before I even was in love with Offset like that," explained Cardi B.

The Bronx native released Invasion of Privacy on April 5. The other songs in the album include "Money Bag," "Get Up 10," "Bartier Cardi," "Drip," "Bickenhead," "She Bad," "Bodak Yellow," "I Do," "I Like It," "Ring," "She Bad," "Thru Your Phone," "Best Life," and "I Do."

Jennifer Lopez Defends Cardi B

In related news, Cardi B lent her singing chops to Lopez's new song "Dinero." At the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, Lopez also defended the 25-year-old singer from the haters.

"[Cardi B's] been grinding away for a while. Things don't happen overnight. She is a hard worker and from working with her, I know that. She knows who she is and she is unabashedly herself," said Lopez.

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