See The Photo That Has The Internet Body Hair Shaming Cardi B

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 28:  Recording artist Cardi B performs onstage during the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for NARAS)

See The Photo That Has The Internet Body Hair Shaming Cardi B

Some of y'all ain't feeling her "happy trail!"

Published February 2nd

Honestly, the internet is literally unrivaled in its pettiness. Sometimes, it even shocks us — and we report on it!

ICYMI: Cardi B performed her hit single "Finesse" at the Grammys alongside Bruno Mars. While we we're celebrating Cardi's debut on primetime TV, the trolls were finding faults in her head-to-toe Moschino look by way of her body hair. Yep, we mean her happy trail, ladies and gentlemen. 

See below for the triggering photo that set the internet ablaze:

(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for NARAS)

The comments teetered from nasty to uplifting. Here's a sampling of what we found under Moschino's Instagram post

"Can y'all shut the f**k up about her body hair? It's normal, natural. And the people saying she looks like a man, women can have body hair just like guys. NATURAL."

"Does she shave it before each time she strips?"

"I love me a woman with a happy trail!! Cardi is one of the realist that’s ever done it. She unapologetically herself. She can look herself in the mirror at the end of the day with no shame!! Don’t clown her be like her! Be yourself 💯." 

"If she has all that stomach hair, imagine how that coochie looks like. Yikes!"

"I'm no fan of this woman, but seriously...it's peach fuzz!! Every human being has it ! She has dark hair so hers is darker and more visible. GTFOH with all that noise about shaving her stomach."

(Photo: Theo Wargo/WireImage)

First of all, body hair isn't new — we all have it. Second, commenting on how someone's body should look is, well, just wrong. Third, honestly...who cares? *shrugs*

Unfortunately, Cardi isn't the only celeb that's been dragged for what Mother Nature gave them. Women like Paris Jackson, Willow Smith and even Amber Rose have dealt with this issue before. 

How about we focus on Cardi's talent versus a non-factor like her happy trail. We can all do better in 2018 and this is a small way to start. 

Written by Janell M. Hickman

(Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for NARAS)

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