Cardi B’s hard work has finally paid off and she's laughing at the haters. In her new video for “Pull Up,” she taunts the naysayers and tells them to pull up if they really have an problem with her.

Directed by Benji Films, the reality TV star-turned-rapper spits venom at her detractors as she’s surrounded by her crew who are all wearing red. The Bronx native also dons a tight latex outfit while rapping her abrasive rhymes inside a warehouse.

Since garnering her two nominations for the 2017 BET Awards, Cardi B has been receiving backlash from men who feel that she's not worthy of the nods because they don't deemed her a good rapper. The 24-year-old artist quickly responded to the criticisms with a middle finger in the air.

“A lot of y’all men, I be getting a lot of backlashes and f---ed up backlashes, and it be from y’all n----s, especially because I used to be a stripper. Okay, I used to be a stripper. I need a job that’s gonna feed me,” said Cardi via Twitter.

“Your f---ing favorite rapper used to work in places like McDonalds my n----. At least everything that I rap about is real life s---,” she continued. “I always been a staticky bitch and I always been a bitch that got it popping.”

"Pull Up" is from Cardi B's latest mixtape, Gangsta Bitch, Vol. 2. You can stream or download the project at