Cardi B Sets Record Straight With NSFW Video Following Alleged Wardrobe Malfunction

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Cardi B decided to set the record straight with a very NSFW video after social media lit up with claims she had suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the Billboard music awards.

It happened after social media users started tweeting that the 26-year-old rapper showed off her privates when she lifted her leg on the red carpet and embraced rapper and husband, Offset.

“Y’all motherf***ers going around with this f***ing picture photoshopping it even more like, ‘Oh Cardi p***y, Cardi p***y,'” the “Money” hitmaker shared, according to Fox News Thursday. “First of all, that ain’t my p***y. My p***y right here. This where I birthed my daughter from.”(RELATED: Tomi Lahren Hits Back After Cardi B Threatens To Get Her Leash Once Again)


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She then gave her fans an anatomy lesson in the video as she lifted her leg and explained that, “This right here, the part that shows when I go like this — that’s just my a**. You know when you got a fat a**, that s**t gets fat right here.”

The superstar rapper continued, “This the part right here — this the part that gives the d**k comfort. Know what I’m saying? This the part when you go like this, in and out, that’s what this n***a feel. That’s my a**.” (RELATED: Tomi Lahren Responds To Cardi B’s ‘Dog Walk’ Threat)

The post has since disappeared from Instagram. It is not clear if she deleted it or if the site took it down due to their nudity policy.


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At one point, she referenced her past job as a stripper and suggested if people were so interested in seeing her naked, they should have come to one of her shows back then.

“Y’all wanna look at [me] so bad, y’all should of went and seen me when I was a motherf**king stripper.” Cardi B concluded. “And I was promoting myself like, ‘Come see me.’ Now, too bad!”