Cardi B is filled with social media battles with fans and trolls about music, family or personal views. Sometimes she will post videos aimed directly at her detractors, or sometimes she will engage in Twitter posts.
She is now fed up with online engagement, explanation and encouragement when it comes to her personal life. She canceled her own Twitter account.
Cardi B’s reconciliation with Offset drives people
When the public learned of Cardi B’s divorce case in September, there was overwhelming support. Rumors swirled about the reasons for the separation and social media users began flooding her accounts and offset with comments.
Although she was not the one who revealed the information, this prompted her to respond via video message and let people know she was fine. On Twitter, she also asked fans to stop harassing Offset and defended him as the father of her child.
Weeks later, the WAP rapper said that she and her husband Offset would not divorce. This did not go well for some of her fans and haters, who decided to write her opinions. Cardi Bee tweeted an apology to fans who were angry with her for reconciliation.
“I say it very clearly. Before I became a celebrity, I was crazy, Cardi B. The same one you saw on TV and on IG, I talked and I did it crazy, she says. “I’m still a little calmer, but still the same. I don’t know why you expect something different now. This is not Disney. “
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Cardi Be responds to fans who say she is in a violent relationship
On October 15, things took a new turn in the saga of Cardi B on Twitter, when fans started calling Offset a rapist. She intervened and wrote in an already deleted reply that she was punching and talking about their relationship.
Cardi B said they were just non-functional. She urged people to take care of their own business.
Some commented that they needed counseling for couples, while others believed that it normalized what they thought was abuse. For days, Cardi B has been at loggerheads with Twitter users to protect her husband and her privacy. In the end, it was enough for her.
As of October 18, Cardi B’s Twitter account has been deactivated.
What was the last straw for Cardi B?
Cardi B spent most of Saturday responding to more criticism of her marriage. She denied the idea that she had filed for divorce as a PR stunt and said she was tired of people telling her how to live.
In a series of tweets, the rapper ran away because she was fed up with rumors about Offset, public assessments and general negative chatter about her and her family.
In one recent tweet, Cardi B wrote: “To be honest with you, my marriage is one of the least worries I have at the moment. I don’t have a manager. I’m not run by anyone, so I literally have to negotiate my own deals. I literally have to ask Offset for advice because I don’t have a manager. “
The rapper “Me Gusta” still has an active Instagram page and her OnlyFans account is available for fans who want behind-the-scenes access.