Since dropping her new film Bruised, Halle Berry has been all about promoting female empowerment. For one, the actress had a brief cameo appearance in a skit where Saweetie dressed as Catwoman. Most recently, Berry hailed Cardi B the Queen of hip-hop after the soundtrack for Bruised dropped this week. In fact, the actress noted that there’s enough room for more than one rap Queen in the music industry. Everyone should be taking notes.
Halle Berry Says There Can Be More Than One Rap Queen
During a press conference for her upcoming Netflix film Bruised, Halle Berry crowned Cardi B the Queen of hip-hop. While the comment may have struck a cord with some fans, the actress stood by her statement following her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! And, she also clarified that all female emcees deserve a crown on their head.
“Here’s the thing, there’s room for more than one queen, people. That’s what we need to know. Nicki is a queen in her own right, H.E.R. is a queen. All these ladies to me are queens. There can always be more than one,” Halle Berry said during the interview.
(2/3) Screaming thank you 💕 to all of the ladies who helped make this project possible: @Latto @Saweetie @YoungMAMusic @HERMusicx @_FloMilli @realericabanks @YungMiami305 @ThegirlJT @dreamdoll @BigBottleWyanna @ambre @rapsody @imbabytate
— Halle Berry (@halleberry) November 19, 2021
Furthermore, Halle Berry produced the film Bruised with the help of Cardi B. Both the actress and rapper are Queens in their own right.
Cardi B Tells The Haters To Drop That Old Beef
The battle for the best rap Queen still rages on between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. Fans and the media have pitted the two women against each other since 2018. Despite their efforts, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B have seeming moved on from their feuding.
They’ve even called out others for reigniting their old beef as well. Most recently, Cardi B took to social media to call out internet trolls amid Halle Berry crowning her the Queen of Hip Hop.
“I know how some of you girls like to tussle over this typa childish shit… but ntm on Halle Berry,” she wrote. “Anyway her movie #BRUISED dropping THAT SHE DIRECTED HERSELF on Netflix on November 24th. The FIRST female rap movie soundtrack!! we produced together out this FRIDAY!” she posted on Twitter on Nov. 14.
Like Halle Berry said before, all female emcees are rap Queens in their own right.