Cardi B clears her name.
As we reported, while sitting down with Angie Martinez in an episode of Untold Stories of Hip Hop, the Bodak Yellow rapper discussed her #MeToo story — where she says she was sexually harassed at a magazine photo shoot.
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Unfortunately, some critics are calling BS and believe the musician is lying about her account.
During a recent Instagram Live session, Kulture‘s mother clapped back at her detractors, and denies being dishonest. She exclaimed:
“When is there going to be a #MeToo movement in the urban world, where this s**t really be happening?… Lie about what? What I got to lie for? N***** really try to take advantage of girls.”
In the WEtv clip, the Money MC recalled:
“I will never forget how I went to shoot for this magazine and like the photographer, he was trying to get close to me. Like, ‘Yeah, you want to get into this magazine?’ And he pulled his d**k out. I was so f**king mad.”
Though the Hustlers actress left the set, she tried to report the unprofessional photog to the boss of the publication — who apparently refused to take action.
“You know what’s so crazy? I told the magazine owner, and he just looked at me like, ‘So? And?’”
Of course, this is not the first time the former stripper has taken to social media to speak her mind.
Back in June, the 26-year-old popped off on a El Gordo y La Flaca reporter — who ambushed her, her father, and baby at a spa in Washington Heights.
After the incident, Cardi went on IG Live and dished:
“I love El Gordo y la Flaca, I love this show… but the way that you work, you lady, you are not professional! I’m literally getting off my car, the door is not even closed, and you see that I’m with my daughter and I’m with my dad and you put a camera. I turn around and there’s a camera and a mic in my mouth. You don’t know how to do your job!… That’s not how it works when I’m with my child.”
“My parents, they don’t like to be on camera. Back in the day I always used to post my parents and it got to the point that certain people were stalking me and that freaked my parents out… I really want to call her a bitch. She got in my dad’s way. Now if my dad was to punch her or shove her out of the way, he would be wrong. That’s when I came and I started bucking at her because I just told you: I don’t want my f**king parents on camera!”
However, the artist later went on IG Live again, and apologized to the journalist for her outburst.
Thoughts on it all?
[Image via Avalon/WENN.]
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