Someone Posted Photos From Cardi B's Stripper Past, And She Handled It Like A Boss

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - SEPTEMBER 25:  Cardi B backstage at Revolution Live on September 25, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  (Photo by Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage)

Someone Posted Photos From Cardi B's Stripper Past, And She Handled It Like A Boss

"I don't dance now, I make money moves."

Published October 6, 2017

In spite of Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" continuing it's tight hold on the top of the charts, the femcee is still relegated by many people as former sex worker.  

But, the Internet sensastion turned overnight success isn't letting the naysayers stifle her momentum or get to her head. 

While the Bronx native's days of dancing for dollars are long behind her, it appears as though one social media user didn't catch the memo. In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday, an aspiring rapper by the name of Oun-P took to Instagram to share a photo of himself along with Cardi during her former years as a stripper at the popular New York gentlemen's club Sue's Rendevous. 

Shortly after catching wind of the post doing rounds on social media, Cardi set the record straight by leaving a scathing comment under the flick. "Now I'm a rich b*tch that can throw money at you ni**as," she wrote along with several emojis. The response resulted in a firestorm of comments from fans and critics alike.

Looks like #CardiB is out her ballin' Let me hold a stack 😂

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But the burgeoning femcee didn't stop there. Taking to her own personal Instagram account, Cardi shared a post putting her haters on notice. "I swear to God they ain’t wanna see me leave the club," the rapper captioned a photo of her evolution over the past year. "Got up on my sh*t and now they scared to show me love, they rather see me on the pole twerking it for dubbs," Cardi continued referencing her bass heavy single "Red Barz."

Take a look at Cardi's bossed up response to the haters below. 

Written by Kai Miller

(Photo: Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage)

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