Half & Half


Half & Half


Half & Half




It seems like Cardi B has told her fanbase goodbye for now!

The “Up” rapper deactivated her Twitter account following a tumultuous online dispute with enraged fans who chastised her for skipping the Grammy Awards on April 3.

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The 29-year-old’s song “Up” was nominated for “Best Rap Performance,” however, Baby Keem’s and Kendrick Lamar’s single “Family Ties” won the award.

“I’m deleting my Twitter but oh God I hate this f—in’ dumb— fan base,” Cardi tweeted. “You got the slow dumb***es dragging my kids all cause y’all [thought] I was going to the Grammys and I didn’t? The f***,” the mother of two exclaimed.

The Bronx native’s rant continued: “When the f— I hinted I was going? Just f—in stupid. I can’t. I need to protect myself.”

When the Bardi Gang figured out Cardi was a no-show, they expressed their disappointment and found themselves in an all-out dispute.

“I been posting on my IG stories where I been at … like clearly I’m in my house and I’m in NY,” she said.

In those Instagram Stories, showed Cardi and her husband/rapper Offset’s relationship over the years, their children, along with news and career announcements relating to Cardi.

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Source: MEGA / GettyOne angry fan tweeted the question: “My thing is, why hype us up if you know [you’re] not going [to the Grammys] from the jump?”

“[Cardi B] needs to take her fans more seriously [because] this is getting ridiculous, I’m sorry,” the smearer continued, in part.

That fan was most likely not expecting her to fire back, but in true Cardi fashion – she did.

“When did I hype y’all up? Where and when did I ever [give] hints,” Cardi responded. “Like are you okay? I’m not going to [an] award show if I don’t got a new song to perform Or my album ain’t out.”

One fan joined the dispute saying, “I bet your son wouldn’t like for you to be on your a – – while teasing us fans and never dropping music.”

And the rapper star allegedly wished death on a Twitter user’s mother at the end of the Twitter feud.

“I hope your moms die,” in a since-deleted thread of explicit tweets.

Cardi continued to remove herself from social media and has now deactivated her Instagram account. At this time, only her official Facebook account is still activated.



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