The rapper, whose history-making #1 record "Bodak Yellow" gives a major nod to "bloody shoes," also addressed Christian Louboutin's claims that he didn't know much about her or her hit single. "At the end of the day, I know what I can do, and I know for a fact that I put a spike in their sales," she said, according to the mag. "I know that hip-hop influences fashion. The urban community influences fashion. I could go tomorrow and I could make a song saying, 'f*ck this, f*ck that,' and I promise you a lot of people would stop wearing it."
Business of Fashion reported that Cardi B was fourth place in their ranking of influential rappers and the "massive 217 percent spike in searches for Christian Louboutin shoes since June is attributed to her 'red bottoms, bloody shoes' hit 'Bodak Yellow.'"