Cardi B posted a 46-second long video last week of her talking about her fears about COVID-19 and . "Coronavirus, sh** is real!" said the one-time Grammy winner in the social media clip gone viral.
Her message turned into a rallying cry for fans around the worldbecause of measures to prevent the . The monologue also became a remix called "Coronavirus," which as of Friday morning sits at No. 4 on iTunes' hit of top songs in the hip-hop category.
The remix by DJ Markkeyz is a compilation of Cardi B's key phrase continuously repeated with a beat in the background. Both he and Cardi B are going to donate the money earned from the song's streams tobecause of the virus.
"YES !THATS WHAT WE GOING TO DO !" she tweeted. "Keep in mind you don't get your money right away ...but even months from now there would be families with financial issues for getting laid off due to the virus .We will Donate !"
She's also dealing with some copyright issues regarding the song since she's not credited despite her voice being prominently featured, but told her Twitter followers her team is "working on it."