Cardi B gives him two cents on Gia Giudice’s viral TikTok sound, Sad Song

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Cardi B gives him two cents on Gia Giudice’s viral TikTok sound, Sad Song


Cardi B gives her two cents on a viral TikTok sound called Sad Song that has swept the platform over the past month.

On Friday morning, the WAP hitmaker shared her thoughts on Twitter, where she gave a special shout out to the original sound creator – who turned out to be Gia Giudice, the daughter of Real Housewives of New vet Teresa Giudice. Jersey.

Speaking of the now-must-see song – a song Gia originally wrote and performed on the Bravo show when she was 10 – Cardi joked that she would miss the song if she deleted the app.

Shoutout: Cardi B gives her two cents on TikTok Sad Song’s viral sound as she considers deleting the app before yelling at song creator Gia Giudice

Going viral: Vet Teresa Giudice's 20-year-old daughter, Real Housewives of New Jersey, originally wrote and performed the song on the show when she was 10 years old.

Going viral: Vet Teresa Giudice’s 20-year-old daughter, Real Housewives of New Jersey, originally wrote and performed the song on the show when she was 10 years old.

The tune, which uses the audio briefing: “Waking up in the morning / thinking about so many things / I just wish things would get better…” has been associated with countless user videos of memorable things and often newsworthy they have done in the past.

In response to the song’s resurgence on the platform, 20-year-old Gia had joked, “This is going to haunt me all my life,” but Cardi showing her a little love made all the difference.

“Thinking about deleting this app until I drop my next little project… but then again where I’m going to hear ‘waking up in the morning thinking about so many things that I just wish things would get better’? Cardi tweeted.

Must-see song: Cardi B tweeted about how she would miss the viral phrase if she deleted the app, getting a response from Gia

Must-see song: Cardi B tweeted about how she would miss the viral phrase if she deleted the app, getting a response from Gia

An astonished Gia wrote: “It’s unreal !! CARDI I’m in the Bahamas, let’s meet.

Other celebrities, including Will Smith, have associated their own videos with the sound, Smith writes: “Remembering the time, I thought it would be a good idea to do a St. Patrick’s Day video alone in a hotel room. ”

The video of him dancing in a kilt racked up 21.5 million views, with Gia telling E! News: “I had a bunch of friends texting me that Will Smith was singing your song on Instagram and when I saw it I couldn’t believe it. I love Will Smith and thought it was really cool that he was doing this.

Will's take: Will Smith made his own video with the soundwriting: `` Remembering when I thought it would be a good idea to do a St. Patrick's Day video alone in a hotel room ''

Will’s take: Will Smith made his own video with the soundwriting: “Remembering when I thought it would be a good idea to do a St. Patrick’s Day video alone in a hotel room”

Squeaky memories: The video of him dancing in a kilt racked up 21.5 million views with Gia telling E!  News: “I couldn't believe it.  I love Will Smith and thought it was really cool that he did that '

Squeaky memories: The video of him dancing in a kilt racked up 21.5 million views with Gia telling E! News: “I couldn’t believe it. I love Will Smith and thought it was really cool that he did that ‘

Among other users whose videos have garnered 5 million likes on the platform, one person wrote: “I remember the time I ran into Ariana Grande crying because I was in the middle of a fight. with my dad. ”

And another viral video maker wrote, “I was thinking about the time I gave a freshman one of my tampons and told him it was a vape. ”

Gia gave people what they wanted on Friday by creating her own version and writing “here you go everyone…”

The song was originally written to express her sadness over her mother Teresa’s explosive fight with her brother and RHONJ star Joe Gorga in 2011.

Reality Royalty: The song was performed on the show in 2011, with Gia writing it down as an expression of sadness over her mother's fight with her brother Joe;  Gia and Teresa pictured on March 10

Reality Royalty: The song was performed on the show in 2011, with Gia writing it as an expression of sadness over her mother’s fight with her brother Joe; Gia and Teresa pictured on March 10



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