Cardi B is under fire after she went on social media and admitted to drugging and robbing men. The new mom hit up Instagram Live to defend her rise to fame, but what she had to say didn’t go over well.
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“N*ggas must’ve forgot, my n*gga, the shit that I did to motherf*cking survive,” she said. “I had to go strip. I had to go, ‘Oh yeah, you wanna f*ck me? Yeah yeah yeah, let’s go back to this hotel.’ And I drugged n*ggas up and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do. Nothing was motherf*cking handed to me, my n*gga. Nothing!”
The internet is now accusing Cardi of being a rapist and comparing the Bronx rapper to Rick Ross, who got dragged after rapping out about drugging women in his song “UOENO.” See reactions below.
Twitter Loses It After Cardi B Admits To Drugging & Robbing Men was originally published on hiphopwired.com
Cardi B said she drugged men and robbed them. I’m a man and I’m not outraged or offended. Those men were breaking the law anyway by soliciting sex for hire.— Karlous (@KarlousM) March 26, 2019
I don’t think Cardi B ACTUALLY raped men. Correct me if I’m wrong, but it sounds like she was luring them with the promise of sex and instead of sleeping with them, she would drug them and wrong them. That’s fucked up but doesn’t make her a rapist— sugar pop (@aliensarec0ol) March 24, 2019
Cardi b admitted to using sex to drug & rob men on IG live.— Bulma Briefs 🦋 (@xMangoIceeT) March 23, 2019
Y'all gonna let her get away with that tho 🤷
Cardi B should let other people handle her social media cause her getting on ig live and saying that she use to drug niggas and rob them is top 2 most stupidest things she's ever done— ? (@YouGuyMyGuy) March 24, 2019
do cardi b fans really think cardi can just get away w admitting to using sex to drug and steal from men like just imagine if a male rapper would have admitted to that y’all be going crazy cancelling him and wanting to throw him in jail....— erika (@needyerika) March 24, 2019
I’m done with my @iamcardib commentary. I’ve been saying this since she came out she represents the worst in popular culture is a horrible example for girls and women and should not be put up on a pedestal. #survivingCardiB— Born on Sunday (@SundayBorn86) March 26, 2019