"I just wanna remind you that it's been a little bit over three weeks", she says in the video. "So your grandma could check her blood pressure and you bitches could go check y'all pussy at the gynecologist with no mother fuckin" problem!"
The government closed on December 22 in the wake of Trump's call for funding for a proposed billion-dollar southern border wall.
The Bronx-born artist with some 40 million Instagram followers posted the video late Wednesday, denouncing Trump's callback of furloughed federal employees to complete vital government tasks without pay as the shutdown drags into its fourth week.
Grammy-nominated superstar Cardi B is known for hits like "Bodak Yellow" and "I Like It".
Cardi B noted that many people may not care about the shutdown because they don't work for the federal government but maintained that the issue is "really f**king serious". "I feel like we need to take some action", she said. "I don't know what type of action, [expletive], because this is not what I do". The rapper added she felt bad for those who have to go to work despite not getting paid by the government.
The shutdown is going into its 27th day and is expected to have a larger impact on the economy than originally thought.
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Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy chimed in that he had grappled with the same decision.
The rapper, 26, posted another video later in which she ranted about politics once again. During that year's primary elections, in the face of suffocating Trump chatter, she urged her fans to keep their eyes on the prize and "vote for Daddy Bernie, bitch".
Yesterday, Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) asked Trump to postpone his State of the Union address will the government is still shutdown.
Ungrateful for what the president did, she said, "Like, I swear to God, if I was there, I would have punched [him]".
The female rapper just had to use her voice amid this political storm, but she still did it in her own Cardi B style.