People Are Comparing Cardi B To Janice From ‘Friends’ & Their Reactions Are Hilarious
16 January 2018, 13:11 | Updated: 10 April 2018, 14:59
"When I listen to Cardi B, I imagine Janice from Friends rapping it"
Since Cardi B exploded into the Hip-Hop world in 2017 with her infectious hit single ‘Bodak Yellow’, the New York rapper has been everywhere.
However some fans think they may have seen her before on a slightly different platform.
The ‘Motorsport’ star is now being hilariously compared to popular ‘Friends’ character Janice by a growing number of people on social media.
According to some fans, her voice and mannerisms make her a direct comparison for Janice, who was played by actress Maggie Wheeler in the iconic sitcom.
Check out some of the best reactions below:
Why does Cardi B's voice remind me of Janice from friends??— Dead weight ™ (@ABrokenDad) 1 December 2017
Are we sure cardi b isn’t Janice from friends?— Liv Hope (@livhope98) 13 January 2018
When I listen to Cardi B, I imagine Janice from Friends rapping it and I laugh really fucking hard— ShilohRen (@shiloverkill) 6 January 2018
Whoever tweeted Cardi B reminds them of Janice from friends, first of all you ruined Cardi for me, her voice is bare jarring now!! pic.twitter.com/8DzBCo6AHe— #BornToWine (@georgia24se7en) 30 December 2017
Anyone else think Cardi B is just a Bronx version of Janice from Friends? The hair, the unique laughs, I mean come on. https://t.co/5B4S6QWQPK— Grant Ricossa (@gRicossa) 25 December 2017
Hahahaha my mom mistook Cardi B as Janice from Friends. I am screaming!!!!!— Sure Sya Row Nun (@JaoLuarden) 25 December 2017
Cardi B, looks like Janice's Friend. AHAHAHA until her laugh pic.twitter.com/wmSUm5PorJ— KRnt (@Krntvargs) 22 December 2017
I saw a video of Cardi B for the first time and all I could think is how her voice and the way she talks reminds me of Janice from Friends.— Brianne Frieden (@Briannefrieden_) 22 December 2017
Meanwhile, Cardi B has once again responded to fans' concerns about her engagement with Migos rapper Offset.
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