Cardi B’s ‘Bodak Yellow’ Unites NYC Commuters In Adorable Video

By a miracle of song, Cardi B brought together one of the rudest cities in the world during rush hour and the video went viral on Twitter.

Well, Cardi B wasn’t actually there, but her hit song “Bodak Yellow” had the commuters of New York City in the Times Square subway station dancing like no one was watching. Commuters were seen spontaneously jumping into the crowd of people dancing and belting the lyrics to the song completely forgetting about the train they needed to catch.

The video is so innocent and amazing that it will give a little boost to your faith in humanity that you probably so desperately need.

Play "Bodak Yellow" anywhere and a party will start, guaranteed. @iamcardib brings the people together. #nycsubway

— Matt (@mattwhitlockPM) December 3, 2017

The footage immediately went viral, getting 32,000 retweets and over 83,000 likes and is still gaining momentum. With thousands of comments, many users acknowledged how Cardi B managed to bring total strangers in a rush together down in the dark depths of the MTA subway. It’s so heartwarming to see all the people pushing, shoving and running to catch their train completely forget where they were and dance to the music pulsing through the station.

Check out some of the most hilarious comments about the footage here.

When bodak yellow unites the country more than its national anthem

— rida 🌿 (@freespiritrida) December 4, 2017

Whose mans is this

— Kyle Sturgeon (@kylesturgeon) December 3, 2017

Gurl has nyc like:

— The Mouse Slap✨ (@TheMouseSlap) December 3, 2017

Me joining the fun

— Henry A-P™ (@TheeHenryAdjah) December 3, 2017

Soon as I would have heard Bodak Yellow play I would have been like

— JamakeComedy (@Jamake0602) December 4, 2017

I would have gladly missed a train or two for this.

— Tamika Harris Brown (@Tamikabrown04) December 3, 2017

So, what’s next, guys? “HUMBLE”? “Look What You Made Me Do”? “New Rules”? Let’s make it happen.

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