Popstar Cardi B has deleted her Twitter handle in response to the backlash she faced for not attending the 2022 Grammy Awards on Sunday. “I’m deleting my Twitter but thank goodness I hate this stupid fan base,” she tweeted before deleting her account, adding, “You have the slow idiots dragging my kids all because you were going to Les Grammys and I didn’t fuck each other?” No Love: Cardi B Rocks Design by Indian designer Gaurav Gupta in latest music video – WATCH.
“When the fk I hinted I was going? Just f-kin stupid I can’t I need to protect myself,” she added. Cardi, 29, was nominated for Best Rap Performance at the Grammys for her 2021 track “Up.” The rapper deleted her microblogging handle when several netizens tweeted about her two children, whom she shares with her husband Offset. Cardi B to guest star on the animated show “Baby Shark’s Big Show!” like Sharki B.
“I bet your son wouldn’t like you to be on your a– while teasing us fans and never dropping music,” one troll tweeted. A troller even claimed that the children of “WAP” artists had autism. “@iamcardib do you kiss your @utist child with that mouth?” tweeted the troll. Cardi responded to the comment, writing, “None of my kids have autism…don’t project what you have onto my kids.”
While some people slammed Cardi for showing “disgusting behavior” in how she called out her followers, others praised the artist for standing up for herself and her family. The Grammy winner also went live on her Instagram account later on Sunday and asked, “Why would I run for a nomination?… If you raise my son, I wish you the worst. I hate you”, according to Page 6.
She also took a moment to clarify her response to the autism tweet, saying, “I never said there was nothing wrong with autistic people, but don’t put that on my fucking of a child.” Cardi and Offset, 30, share a 3-year-old daughter, Kulture, and a son, whom they welcomed in September 2021. The “Best Life” singer won her first and only Grammy in 2019 for best album by rap for “Invasion of Privacy”. ‘
The 2022 Grammys, which kicked off Sunday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, were hosted by Trevor Noah for the second year in a row.
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