Cardi B's Lyrics About Chrissy Teigen and Rihanna on 'She Bad' Made John Legend's Wife Drop Her Biscuits

It's not often we see Chrissy Teigen's cheeks blush pink with bashfulness, but she may have turned bright red when she caught wind of her name-drop on Cardi B's new album, Invasion of Privacy. Teigen was so taken by Cardi's reference to her and Rihanna on the song "She Bad" that she dropped her cheddar biscuits.

On the track, Cardi raps about setting up a potential threesome with John Legend's wife and Rihanna. She raps: "I need Chrissy Teigen/Know a bad bitch when I see one/ Tell RiRi I need a threesome."

Teigen saw the saucy lyrics posted on Rap-Up's Twitter in the early hours of Friday morning, shortly after Cardi's debut album dropped, and quickly shared her hilarious response. "Gasp!! *drops biscuits*," she wrote.

Eight minutes later, Teigen referenced the song in a tweet and offered an image of the few biscuits she presumably saved from the fall (or maybe she followed the three-second rule and ate them off the ground anyway). "Cheddar biscuits and crab bisque. Bisquits! Bad bitches make bisque!!!" she wrote.

Fans were just as shook by Cardi's threesome suggestion as Teigen was, and plenty took to social media to share their opinions of the lyrics, including some who wanted Teigen to consider Cardi's offer.

Teigen and Rihanna aren't the only names mentioned on Cardi's album. She references Beyoncé twice: on the track "Money Bag," when she says "I said 'Bae, it's a snack,' he said it's a entrée/With them pretty-ass twins you look like Beyoncé," and again when she recalls her first encounter with Queen Bey and her mother, Tina Knowles, on "Best Life." "I took pictures with Beyoncé, I met Mama Knowles," she raps.

Other names dropped on Invasion of Privacy include the Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac and Tay-K on "Best Life," and Angelia Jolie's signature lips on "Money Bag."

Chrissy Teigen Responds to Name Drop on Cardi B's Album
Cardi B performs at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, California, on March 11. Christopher Polk/Getty Images