Cardi B is no stranger to causing a stir on social media, whether it’s defending fellow celebrities or sharing her unfiltered thoughts during IG Live sessions. Her candid online presence often leads to misunderstandings, and this time was no different.

Recently, fans speculated that the Bronx rapper was announcing a hiatus from music based on her comments during an Instagram Live session on Thursday, November 16. In response to the rumors and concerns from fans, Cardi B took to Twitter to clear the air.

“I never said I was taking a hiatus,” she tweeted. “I’m just continuing with my social media break like I have been for the last few weeks. Not sure why that’s causing such a ruckus. BG ya know where to catch me!”

During her IG Live session, Cardi B had expressed, “Y’all might not see me for a long time, ’cause I’m just not in the mood to be famous.” She mentioned an upcoming TikTok concert in Arizona and suggested fans attend if they want to see her. She also shared her enjoyment of her low-key life.


It’s not the first time Cardi B’s comments have been misinterpreted as official announcements. In October, she hinted at scrapping her upcoming album and feeling detached and unmotivated to make music, only to clarify later that she was feeling overwhelmed by online hate and needed a break.

Taking a break from social media can be a positive step for anyone, allowing for more quality time with loved ones and personal life away from the public eye. Cardi B, who is known for sharing her life journey with her fans, reassured them that her comments about fame and social media should not be taken as definitive decisions.

While the online world can be noisy and demanding, Cardi B’s fans can rest assured that she’ll continue to share her experiences when she’s ready. For the latest updates and news on Cardi B, stay tuned to Thirsty for News.

What do you think about Cardi B’s approach to taking breaks from social media and how her comments are sometimes misinterpreted by the public and her fans? Leave us a comment below.

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