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Cardi B Reacts to House Passing Draft Bill: “These New Little N-ggas Are TikTokers, They Ain’t Gon’ Fight No War”

by Zaria Davis
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Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B offered a blunt critique of a recent House bill automatically registering young men for the military draft. The legislation, passed as part of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), aims to streamline the Selective Service System.

Cardi B, known for her outspoken personality, took to social media to voice her disapproval. In a since-deleted post, she reportedly stated, using strong language, that the current generation of young men may not be prepared for wartime service. She questioned the effectiveness of automatic registration, suggesting that many young men “ain’t gonna fight no war.”

The rapper’s comments highlight the ongoing debate surrounding the draft. While the U.S. has maintained a volunteer military for decades, the Selective Service System remains a contingency measure. Proponents of the House bill argue it ensures a fair and efficient system for a potential future draft. Critics, like Cardi B, raise concerns about the readiness and suitability of a potentially involuntary force.

The House recently approved the NDAA, which also allocates $895.2 billion to military spending, a significant increase over the previous year. The bill has now been moved to the Senate for consideration.


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