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Cardi B Puts Homophobes On Blast With One Tweet

Her statement comes on the heels of her officiating a same-sex wedding during an episode of her Messenger show ‘Cardi Tries’.

Cardi B has further cemented her allyship with the LGBTQ+ community and made it crystal clear on Twitter.

On Tuesday (Jan. 4), the “WAP” artist headed to the popular social media platform to share her thoughts on homophobia.

“Every bad bi*** have a gay best friend or gay best friend cousin ……If you homophobic you just ugly,” she tweeted.

RELATED: I Do!: Cardi B Officiated A Same-Sex Wedding For National Coming Out Day

Her statement comes on the heels of her helping to officiate a same-sex wedding alongside Raven-Symoné in a fall 2021 episode of her Messenger video series Cardi Tries…

In other Cardi news, the rapper closed out the 2021 year making major money moves. She unveiled her latest NYC-inspired Reebok sneaker collection and gifted her man, Offset, a $2 million check for his 30th birthday. Also include making history by going Diamond multiple times.

Cardi has also given her fans a front row seat into motherhood and shared that her four month old son is talking.

RELATED: Cardi B Says Her 4-Month-Old Son Just Spoke His First Words: ‘I’m Not Exaggerating, This Baby Is Talking’

“I'm not exaggerating. This baby is talking. I put this on everything I love in the name of Jesus Christ,” Cardi shared on her Instagram Stories. “First of all, my husband saw it. Yesterday, I was like, ‘You love mommy? Yeah?’ Then I asked him again, ‘You love mommy?’ and he replied back like, ‘Yeah.’”

The “Up” artist went on to explain that it wasn’t your typical baby talk. Instead, it was actual words. She later explained that it happened again while her little one was watching Cocomelon. This time, he clearly repeated the word, “Hello...”

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