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The fifth level in a relationship is marrying an Arab and owning oil in Pakistan: Cardi B!

Rapper Cardi B has grabbed all her twitter fans’ attention in her recent post where she is seen explaining the five levels of a relationship; marrying an Arab Sheikh and having stakes in the oil industry in Pakistan, is the most refined form of relationship according to Cardi B.

Surprisingly, the American star even mentioned Pakistan at the end of her hilarious explanation of how women can “make it” in terms of men giving them presents and gifts.

“The fifth level is when you marry an Arab, congratulations because they own gas stations and all the oils in Pakistan,” said Cardi B.

 

Cardi B also explained that the most basic level of a relationship and gift a woman can expect from her husband is him paying for her nails, hair, and giving her $400 a week.

The second level is if your man is paying for your “surgeries” in the Dominican Republic and if he is paying $3000 for your condominium rent. The third is if he is buying you a Mercedes-Benz and a diamond chain. And the second last level, the fourth, is if he buys his woman a salon or a spa.

Now, the fifth and highest level according to Cardi B is the one setting off Twitter. “The fifth level is when you marry an Arab, congratulations because they own gas stations and all the oils in the Pakistans.”

Needless to say, the Bodak Yellow stars mention of Pakistan, which she referred to as the “Pakistans”, has ignited Twitter. “We are now forever going to be known as the 5th level of Cardi B,” one user commented.

“This is our moment to shine,” another replied. “You know I have to say, I sorely misjudged Cardi B. You don’t get this type of insight just anywhere,” one joked.

And hilarious memes were shared across the social media platform about Cardi B’s insight.

 

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