Cardi B established herself as one of the best female rappers in the Hip Hop world and her music has reached people all over the globe. She is also likely to hit back at anyone claiming that she got pregnant to promote a record. It seems a new breakthrough was reached in her ongoing case.

The rapper also recently revealed that she was simply tired of getting bashed and bulled for expressing her political views. That’s why she decided to stop talking about politics in general. She was also then given encouragement to continue talking about politics.

In 2018 the rapper was involved in a brawl and was accused of throwing a bottle at two bartenders at a Flushing strip club. The rapper was charged with reckless endangerment and assault. As reported earlier, Cardi B pleaded not guilty to the charges but is at the risk of going to prison for a maximum sentence of 4 years.

Due to this many trolls and haters made fun of Cardi B on social media. However, Cardi B didn’t take this lying down as she took to Twitter and fired back at all of her trolls in rapid fashion.


“They wanna see a bad b*tch do bad [tongue emoji]

Before I go to prison you gone see me breakin more records and making more Ms [tongue emoji].

My man is allow to be with his kids so what’s your point ?” 

Exactly! I be chillin I don’t know why people think is sweet to play wit my kids,

She could be facing four years in prison only if the case will move to trial and if she is found guilty. It remains to be seen what will become of Cardi B as things are certainly not looking good for the rapper right now.

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