Cardi B is being canceled, again after #CardiBIsOverParty began trending earlier this week.
It all began when someone on Twitter claimed to have discovered Cardi B.’s “fake” Instagram account. They touted the authenticity of the account because they claimed to have found other celebrities and people close to Cardi that were following the account, as well. Those people included her hairstylist, makeup artist, and even her sister Hennessey Carolina – plus the GOAT, Lil’ Kim.
They are obsessed Cardi pic.twitter.com/d7k5xigg7B— Ivan 🦚 WAP 8/7 (@cardibulgaria) June 25, 2020
The rapper was supposedly speaking ill of other female artists, including Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion, Ariana Grande, and her former foe, Nicki Minaj. Cardi B went to social media and debunked every lie.
Fake ass screen record on IG when you go to comments sections it shows up from the side not from top to bottom like the fake screen record .NICE TRY .Ya really tried it . https://t.co/inwVIIqyYH pic.twitter.com/4TSqnfMxU7— iamcardib (@iamcardib) June 25, 2020
“So people made this ridiculous lie of me on twitter. I’m glad I pulled up all the receipts and DEBUNKED ALL OF IT .Its crazy the time and energy people put to try to destroy you but this was JUST RIDICULOUS 😂😂😩😩It proves to me tho that I intimidate anybody that has any hate towards me that they will find any possible way to break me .YOU CANT BREAK ME ! Bring up my past and everything I said YOU CANT BREAK ME .I WILL BE HERE ! I will not run away from social media, I will not be discouraged of my work,” Cardi B stated while telling fans about her cancel party story.
“I don’t even have issues with none of these girls,” Cardi stated in a video. “I don’t even know why you guys want me to have issues with these people so badly…I don’t care if y’all tryna cancel me for something else, but don’t make lies about me.” She also clarified she did not have any issues with Lil Kim, just in case fans took her message out of context.
I’m not trying to downplay her at all that’s why I say I respect her but I don’t know her personally and she will say the same about me .Last time I spoke to her I told her I like her song GO OFF.People out here trying to make it seem like we be Discussing other people when … https://t.co/yfYifCLws8— iamcardib (@iamcardib) June 25, 2020
According to Cardi B, she was canceled four times last year and five times – the year before that. This year Cardi B decided to join the #CardiBIsOverParty in fashion. The rapper shared a video of herself hanging out by the pool. In the video, Cardi B shows her fans what she’s wearing to the party before ending the video in Cardi B fashion.
“Hi everybody so that failed attempt that y’all tried to say that I have a fake instagram like I’m 10 years old, since it failed, now y’all trying to look up stuff from my past to cancel me. Bringing up old s—,” she said in a video message, which was appropriately captioned “I DON’T GIVE A F—.”
“And Like, you know, I haven’t released any music in eight months so it’s like, I only been f—ing on Instagram and eating food and that still bother ya that just mean I’m really that important in your heart and my presence really bothers your soul. And guess what, I don’t give a damn, bye,” Cardi added before jumping into a pool.
This isn’t the first time Cardi B trolled her haters with comedy. A couple of weeks ago, the rapper took to social media to debunk rumors about her body after being spotted in Target. According to Cardi B, people were accusing her of photoshopping videos and pictures of her body before she posts them. Never one to back down from a challenge, Cardi took the trolls head-on and went ahead and uploaded the living proof to debunk the haters, once again.
In the video, Cardi B clarifies she had to post the video so the haters could see her body.
“Now I know a b— gained some weight, because I had to make the thighs match the mother—in a–,” she explains. She later added, “I know I gained a little bit of weight and I’m actually holding it in… but it doesn’t matter though… I got lipo money.”