People Are Dragging Cardi B For Posing Naked After Giving Birth And She Has The Perfect Response

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 20:  Cardi B attends the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

People Are Dragging Cardi B For Posing Naked After Giving Birth And She Has The Perfect Response

She responded in the most Cardi way ever.

Published August 26, 2018

Cardi B is over all you haters and body shamers.

  1. The platinum-selling rapper took to her Instagram Live today for nearly half an hour to discuss a lot of subjects that have sprung up since she’s been out of the spotlight.

    Cardi gave birth to her baby girl Kulture early last month and hasn’t recorded much music or performed until last night (August 25) when she joined Migos on-stage for a performance of “Motorsport.”

    After Cardi performed, her fiancé Offset posted a nude picture of her, which had some claiming #bodygoals, but others simply body shaming her after she gave birth.

    During her IG Live session, Cardi clapbacked at the haters and says she doesn’t GAF what they think. "Let me be free," she said. "If I wanna be half-ass naked, why not? A b***h used to be a whole m****rf*****g stripper. If I wanna feel sexy, if I want ya all to see my m****rf*****g body, why the f**k not?"

  2. She also says her provocative nature will continue to be part of her live shows and Saturday night was no different. "I went to see my man perform, out here in my city, New York,” she said. “You know, they asked me if I can get on stage. And it's like, why the f**k not? I was so nervous 'cause I had these long ass m****rf*****g heels and s**t and the m****rf*****g stage was shaking."

    "Let me tell you all something, right," Cardi continued. "I seen a lot of people like, 'Oh, didn't you cancel your tour? Why you performing onstage?' And it's like, well, first of all, you know what I'm saying, going on tour in different cities every day -- that means I wouldn't be able to see my child. My child is in New York right now. And second of all, I only got on the stage for two minutes and I literally just rapped. When I go on tour and shit, I gotta put on a whole show. That means I gotta bend over, do somersaults and s**t, do choreography -- and that's something my body is not ready to take right now."

    Welp, sounds like that settles that. Also, if you believe her image being on Instagram is offending your children, perhaps you shouldn’t give social media to you kids. For all those generally and unwarrantly disgusted: grow up.


Written by Paul Meara

Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic


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