Like most of us, Cardi B is wrapped up in Joe Goldberg's murderous activities. Now, we're all convinced the rapper and You super fan will earn a guest appearance in the upcoming season. (Yes, You season 4 is officially a go, in case you haven't heard the news.)
After a few Twitter exchanges with none other than Joe himself (Penn Badgley), the "Bodak Yellow" singer appears to have established a cushy virtual friendship with the actor. Since she's clearly letting her love for the Netflix thriller be known, could this be a segue into her next acting role?
If fans were in the director's chair, they'd certainly green light this move. After a clip of Badgley praising Cardi's authenticity surfaced on Twitter, she excitedly wrote: "OOOOMMFFFGGGGGG HE KNOWS ME !!!OMMMGGGG!!!!!!Yoooo like I’m famous famous."
Badgley's response? "I—"
Then, in a move of undying love for one another, the two swapped Twitter profile images. We're willing to bet their banter on set would be top-notch, even if their relationship on the show turns deadly. (Let's be real, it definitely would.)
OOOOMMFFFGGGGGG HE KNOWS ME !!!😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱OMMMGGGG!!!!!!Yoooo like I’m famous famous https://t.co/Z7MFQc2t2iOctober 17, 2021
I- https://t.co/j6GRQkmP9rOctober 19, 2021
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Fans are so convinced that the rapper would make a great fit for the frightening series that they've started a Change.org petition (opens in new tab) to get Netflix's attention. At the time of publication, the petition has amassed over 900 signatures.
While on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on October 25, Badgley even commented on their new friendship, though he couldn't confirm or deny whether the rapper will earn a spot on the forthcoming season.
Perhaps a few more tweets will secure Cardi a cameo? Time will tell if she will get wrapped up in Joe's evil tendencies.
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