TRAILBLAZER? Cardi B just made history…in the porn world

The rapper is the first female musical performer to take the stage at the annual event.

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Cardi B has broken tons of records in her short career as a rap superstar and she just made history again.

According to TheBlast, the former Love & Hip Hop star turned hitmaker will be the first-ever female performer to hit the stage at the annual AVN Porn Awards in January.

“I’m so excited that the AVN Awards chose me to be their first female performer ever!” Cardi B said in a statement.

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“We are beyond thrilled to be welcoming Cardi B to perform at the 2019 AVN Awards.” The awards show is taking a new direction, and Rios says, “For the first time in more than three decades, we will have an all-female cast — our co-hosts, our comedian and our musical guest,” AVN president Tony Rios announced on Thursday.

The 2019 AVN Awards will be hosted by porn stars Romi Rain and Bailey Rayne on January 26 in Sin City.

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Last year her debut single, “Bodak Yellow” hit No.1 on the Hot 100-making her the first female rapper to take the slot since Lauryn Hill in 1998.

Cardi B like shining like a star and showing off as she tops the Billboard chart and makes history as the first female rapper to have two No. 1 hits.

The following month, her feature on G-Eazy’s “No Limit” helped catapult the single to the No.7 spot on the Hot 100 chart.

Cardi also now the first artist to get two No. 1s from a debut album since Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and is the first woman to do so since Lady Gaga. She’s unbreakable and very bankable!

Cardi B tops music charts and makes history

She’s about to take the streaming world by storm as well. Netflix has announced plans to launch its first one next year and the streaming service has enlisted some heavy-hitters to find new talent. Chance the Rapper, T.I., and Cardi Bhave signed on to be the main judges for the upcoming series, Rhythm + Flow that is set to debut in 2019.