“Hope You And Your Mom Die”: Cardi B Goes Hard On Twitter Troll In Troubling Outburst

by Gee NY

Popular rapper, Cardi B has once again found herself embroiled in controversy due to a series of disturbing tweets on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2023.

The incident unfolded on social media when a fan criticized her work ethic. In response, Cardi B reacted strongly, making aggressive statements and even wishing harm upon the fan and their mother.

The situation rapidly escalated, with another fan offering a cautionary note about the potential consequences of her actions.

Cardi’s response came as a surprise and raised concerns, as she appeared to struggle with negative comments and the pressures of fame.

She expressed frustration with the criticism she faces and suggested that it affects her music releases. The situation took a concerning turn when Cardi ended her online tirade with a message hinting at self-harm.

The rapper’s tweets have triggered a wide range of reactions from her fans and the public. Some express sympathy, acknowledging that she may be grappling with the challenges of her celebrity status.

Others have criticized her actions, deeming them inappropriate and harmful.

As the story continues to unfold, it raises questions about the pressures of fame and how individuals in the public eye cope with online negativity.

It remains to be seen how Cardi B will address this incident and whether it will impact her career. Please feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on this matter in the comments section below.

Stay tuned for updates on this evolving story and other breaking news related to Cardi B and the world of music and pop culture.

Last year, ShineMyCrown covered the story about how Cardi B and Madonna called amends after an argument between the two caused an uproar.

The WAP rapper had fired off on X stating she felt disrespected by Madonna’s comments on an Instagram story the day before.

In the story, the Like a Virgin singer said she helped create a new path for female artists to express their sexuality. The comment was made while reflecting on the 30-year anniversary of her book called Sex.

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