Cardi B quit the social media last week after getting into an online spat with fans. Where few of her fans criticized her for not attending the Grammys. After around a week of break the rapper is again back to social media.
Some members of the Bardi Gang were upset that Cardi B did not show up to the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on April 3. A few of those complaints mentioned the hip hop superstar’s children as well. This made the rapper furious for dragging her children.
“I’m deleting my Twitter. On God I hate this f##### d###### fan base,” stated Cardi at the time. “You got the slow d######## dragging my kids all cause y’all thought I was going to the Grammys and I didn’t the f###?”
However, Cardi B is back on Twitter and Instagram. As of this morning, Cardi B’s verified social media pages are active once again. The Grammy winner currently has 17 million followers on Twitter and 127 million followers on Instagram.
Cardi’s return to internet life comes right before Kay Flock’s “Shake It” single is set to arrive. The forthcoming collaboration, which also features Dougie B and Bory300, will land on DSPs this Friday, April 15. A seven-second snippet of Cardi B’s verse on “Shake It” went viral over the last several days. A clip of the song amassed more than 5.8 million views on Twitter.
Cardi B has been teaming up with more people lately and has not released a single as a solo lead artist since the chart-topping “Up” in 2021.
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