A shocking video surfaced of Cardi B confessing to robbing and drugging men. Just like the saying goes, the truth will always find a way to reveal its self and that’s precisely what it did to Cardi B. The famous rap artist and the former stripper was active on Instagram Live this weekend to announce the upcoming book she plans on writing about her life. However, things started to unravel when she addressed how she was being attacked and targeted by her followers and how she felt that it was unfair.
She began to discuss her past, and how she got to where she is standing now. Cardi started to express herself and at one point admitted that during her stripper days, “I had to go strip, I had to go, ‘Oh yeah, you want to f*ck me? Yeah yeah yeah, let’s go back to this hotel,’ and I drugged n****s up and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do.”
This statement, of course, sparked controversy among Twitter and Instagram followers across the nation. Many users shared their thoughts and took to hashtags to fuel the fire. #SurvivingCardiB, which is modeled after the name of the recent Surviving R. Kelly documentary, has been tweeted across thousands of pages being made into the famous thing American refer to as a meme. Fans and critics have compared the singer to Bill Cosby saying that the comment would have blown up if it came from a man, many are pushing for the brand and hype of Cardi to be ” canceled. ”
Not even bothered by the criticism that has surfaced before the bold statement, Cardi once again went on Instagram Live to announce her “Okurr” trademark paperwork: She said, “While I’m still here, I’m gonna secure all the f*cking bags.” However, critics believe Cardi shouldn’t claim ownership over a word that she didn’t initially popularize; however, there has been no Okurr trademark request before which could result in a win for the artist.
She concluded her announcement by saying: “I have a past that I can’t change we all do.”