Cardi B Hits Back at Twitter After Accusations of Homo and Transphobia

Cardi B was trending on Twitter as fans attempted to cancel her by spreading the hashtag #CardiBIsOverParty. Earlier, she was accused of homophobia and transphobia on the Internet.

After the hashtag #CardiBIsOverParty started to trend on Twitter, Cardi B tweeted “What we wearing for the Cardi B is over party?” but as things started to get even more intense, Cardi responded to many fans who attempted to bring up old drama that she has apologized for over and over again.

In a blacked-out video, Cardi can be heard saying, “I woke up and I’m seeing that they’re trying to make ‘Cardi B Is Cancelled Party.’ I’m like, ‘What the f***,’ I’m not doing anything!” Furthermore, she then went on to address many other accusations she’d been seeing across the internet including claims that she’d been feuding with Ariana Grande and Lil Kim, as well as creating fake Instagram accounts.

This recent controversy all started on 29th June when one user tweeted about the fact that Cardi is mentioned in an episode of Hulu’s Love, Victor, which is about a high school student struggling with his sexual orientation. Later, one user responded to the tweet, saying, “That’s crazy, considering the woman is homophobic and transphobic.”

That’s it Cardi B Tweeted “How the f*** am I homophobic or transphobic? have you been to a Caribbean island where you see homophobia! Have you dealt with a parent that can’t accept you for your sexuality? I said some ignorant things b4 that apologized for & educated myself on it don’t mean I’m homo..”

Later, she added, “Ya keep using that same 1 video that I apologize for over & over again to call me homophobic & transphobic 1 but never post about the ones where I support the LGBT community which are multiples and the multiple tweets I posted in support.”

The video Cardi is likely referring to is about her 2018 collab called “Girls,” featuring Rita Ora, Bebe Rexha, and Charli XCX when fans harshly criticized the foursome for “invalidating and trivializing queer relationships, especially ones between lesbian and bisexual women.”

Many celebrities like Hayley Kiyoko fired back on social media, saying, “A song like this just fuels the male gaze while marginalizing the idea of women loving women. I know this wasn’t the intention of the artists on the song, but it’s the lack of consideration behind these lyrics that get me.”

Furthermore, Cardi then gave reasoning as to why she supports the LGBTQ+ community, saying that she witnessed how hard it was for her gay cousin to come out to his very strict Dominican family.

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