Y’all Better Put Some Respect On Cardi B’s Name Because If You Don’t She’ll Drag You On Twitter

Emily Gadsby
Cardi B claps back at haters on Twitter
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Just like a hoe never gets cold, Cardi B will never let a hater throw shade on her name and get away with it. 

Fresh off riding the #BardiGang-backed high of posting the cover art for her soon-to-be-released debut studio effort, the Bronx-bred “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker pulled up hard on Twitter to put her critics in their place. 

“I will never let nobody discredit me, before i sign to Atlantic i put 2 mixtapes out and i was pushing FOREVA by myself,” wrote Bardi, clapping back at the haters who criticized her come up in the afterglow of her pre-album drop hype session. “I went to Renaissance HS for musical theater. I been love music. After high school i Stopped wanna know why? cause music DONT PAY YOUR F—ING BILLS A JOB DOES”

After the rapper took to Twitter to set the haters straight, a salty critic responded with the claim that Bardi’s time as a regular on the reality series “Love & Hip-Hop: New York” helped catapult her to the top of the rap game. 

True to form, the “Bartier Cardi” artist responded in a series of now-deleted  tweets.

“I had 1.5 million followers before Love and hip hop sooooo …F— is you saying Tv gave me a platform but i was poppin on my own that’s why they was interested in me in the first place,” wrote Cardi, putting the hater on blast by spitting straight facts about her status as a social media celebrity that was earned long before her debut television appearance. 

“And i never promoted my mixtapes on love and hip hop if anything on the first season i was motherfuckers was down playing me and didn’t wanted to hear my shit and that’s a MOTHERF—ING FACT,” she continued.

Lesson learned — if you come for the leader of the #BardiGang on social media, you had better be prepared with receipts or Cardi B will drag you in front of her 2.6 million followers.