Cardi B CALLS OUT Haters Who 'DRAGS' Her For Her Race And Looks
"I hate when people do this sh*t [...] I get drag for my looks, [...] my race [...] by every single fan base yet." Cardi B tweets.
6 January 2020 by Fachana Techamaneewat
LAS VEGAS - MAY 1: Cardi B at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 1, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV — Photo by Jean_Nelson
On January 6, Cardi B tweeted out her frustration at being "compared to every female artist everyday" and getting "dragged" for her "race", "looks" and even when she's not wearing make-up.
Check out Cardi's tweet below:
I "I hate when people do this sh*t, I get compared to every female artist everyday upcoming or establish I get drag for my looks , I get drag cause of my race, I get drag for going to the mall without make up, I get drag cause I’m ghetto, I get drag by every single fan base yet."
In the tweet, Cardi had also attached a screenshot of a tweet that compared her to American singer-songwriter Lizzo and American actress Tiffany Haddish:
I "Y'all praise Cardi B for the same thing y'all bash Lizzo and Tiffany Haddish for. [...] When Cardi is being "loud and ratchet" they say she being her true self, but when Lizzo and Tiffany are being themselves, they get called embarrassing.. etc."
Cardi then tweeted this out:
I "People wanna do these type of tweets .Leave me alone ..You type in Cardi b on twitter first 5 tweets it’s me getting drag .I JUST DONT CARE ANYMORE .I got numb to the shit and I don’t be on social media as often soooo🤷🏽♀️"
Not only that, but Cardi B also retweeted this fan's tweet:
I "you get dragged just for simply breathing, they just wanna say your name for retweets."
How did fans react?
Altogether, Cardi's fans are rushing to her defence, and slamming haters for being "jealous" of her success. The majority of her fans are also advising Cardi to just "ignore" them and to continue working on her craft.
They then listed Cardi's accomplishments so far, which included Time listing her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2018. There was also Cardi's album, Invasion of Privacy, which debuted on Billboard 200 at number one, and later going on to win the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary.
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