Cardi B poses for her first cover with Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone

"Bodak Yellow" rapper Cardi B remained transparent during an interview with Rolling Stone Monday, voicing her worries about already peaking in her music career.

The Bronx-native is known for her outspokenness, but she said she felt "trapped and muted" since being catapulted into stardom.

"I used to tell myself that I will always be myself," Cardi said. "Little by little, I'm feeling like I'm getting trapped and muted."

First released in June, "Bodak Yellow" became an instant hit. Cardi made history as the first female rapper to hit No. 1, without a feature, since Lauryn Hills' 1998 single "Doo Wop (That Thing)."

The trapper continued to work hard after the release of her hit-single, but remained open on how draining the process is over Twitter.

"Having fame is pretty dope and a blessing," Cardi tweeted early Monday. "I'm grateful to have but it's also overwhelming and draining."

Being in the limelight means being open to constant criticism and judgment from the public.

"If you go broke and lose your career, it's bad – and everybody is talkin' s--- about it! At least if you lose your 9 to 5 you don't got millions of people judging you and talking s--- while you lost your job," Cardi said in the Rolling Stone interview.

The future of Cardi's future music remained unclear. "It's not as fun to do music," she said. "My mind doesn't flow as free 'cause I have so much on my mind."

Still, she might change her mind in the future.

Whether Cardi lives up to "Bodak Yellow" or not, the trapper is not opposed to settling down and starting a family. Following her engagement to hip-hop artist Offset, the rapper looked fondly to "cursing at (her) kids" in the future.

Cardi B poses for her first Rolling Stone cover. Rolling Stone