Cardi B and Candace Owens used the words on social media on Sunday after the Conservative commentator called the Grammy-winning rapper ‘illiterate’ and black people ’embarrassment’.
The feud began on Sunday evening, when 31-year-old Owens shared a clip of his appearance on The Ben Shapiro Show, which he said slammed Democratic candidate Joe Biden for taking part in an interview with Cardi B – the real The name Bellisse Marlenis Almonzar – for ale. last month.
Owens said that it was the biggest insult to black voters that Biden decided to interview the ‘illiterate rapper’ instead of someone asking ‘hard questions’.
The Republican said the former Vice President felt ‘black people are stupid’ and compared his interview to Donald Trump’s interview with Cardi B, given by Justin Bieber.
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Carmi B (right) and Candace Owens (left) engaged in a series of harsh exchanges on social media on Sunday, calling the conservative commentator the Grammy-winning rapper ‘illiterate’ and black people ’embarrassment’.
Owens slammed Democratic candidate Joe Biden for appearing in an interview with Cardi B – real name Belkelis Marlenis Almanzar – for Elle last month, whom he called the ‘biggest insult’ to black voters
Cardi, 27, airs Owens’ comments and hit her back in a video on Instagram, in which she insists that Biden decided to sit down with her due to her widespread influence.
Bernie Sanders said during the first video, “It’s not a secret I use my platform to encourage people to vote.”
‘I have millions of followers. I pay millions in taxes. I have the number one song in this country, I have the number one song in the United Kingdom, I have the number one song in Australia, I have the number one song in New Zealand.
‘Just like I can make millions of people my p **** y,’ she said of her hit-single WAP, ‘I can go out and vote for millions. ‘
Cardi condemned Owens for being a ‘cheerleader’ for Trump, and slammed the pundit for ‘getting outed by whites’.
Cardi said, “I don’t know what Black Man broke your heart. ‘I honestly just feel sorry for you,'” she said in a separate message.
In the caption of the video, Cardi B wrote: ‘@realcandaceowens here I hope that from these followers that you wanted me to do bad bad makes you happy … now leave me alone …. love myself that for me one thing!’
Owens later responded with an Instagram video of his own, in which he claimed that Cardi was ‘harming America’.
Owens said, “You constantly say that you have the number one song – it means ***,” no one cared about your ‘wait a ** p ****’ song. It has nothing to do with Black. America, and you are helping or hurting. You are now harming Black America. ‘
Owens said it was one of the ‘biggest insults’ for black voters, which Biden decided to interview with the ‘illiterate rapper’ rather than someone who could ask ‘tough questions’.
Cardi, 27, airs Owens’ comments and hit her back in a video on Instagram, in which she insists that Biden decided to sit down with her due to her widespread influence. Owens later responded with an Instagram video of his own, in which he claimed that Cardi was ‘harming America’.
The 31-year-old suggested to Cardi B that statistically, her husband, Offset, was more likely to murder her than a police officer.
It also took a backseat on Twitter and continued till Monday morning.
Owens accused Cardi of encouraging him to ‘vote the man’ who had shut down entire generations for black people. ‘
‘Maybe Google Go: JOID BIDEN AND 1994 CRIME BILL,’ he suggested, before adding, ‘Joe Biden used you. Bernie Sanders used you. Neither of them likes or knows your music. They think you’re dumb. ‘
The hitmaker responded by saying that Owens, meanwhile, is encouraging “millions of people to vote for a man who makes every black man laugh.” [sic] Is killed by a cop and tells millions of Americans to drink bleach, ‘when the president asked if the White House Coronovirus Task Force had investigated whether to inject a disinfectant as a treatment for coronavirus in April Can.
Cardi said that you did not even speak at the Republican convention. ‘He thinks you’re dumb. Masa you dirty but you’re mad at me? ‘
Cardi also referred to her sister Hennessy Carolina and her sister’s girlfriend to verbally make changes with ‘racist Maga supporters’; As an example of the prevalence of racism in America during a recent beach trip in the Hamptons.
Humming his hit-single, Cardi also tweeted to Owens, who is six months pregnant, writing: ‘Your baby is singing.
Owens retracted the remark, writing, ‘Attack on an unborn child. How many DEMOCRATs do you have.
‘While I have — do you know that your party has supported the slaughter of more than 18 million black children since 1973? Did you know that because of your party, the most unsafe place for a black child is in her mother’s womb? ‘ He continued.
Owens accused Cardi of encouraging him to ‘vote the man’ who had shut down entire generations for black people. ‘The hitmaker replied that Owens, meanwhile,’ is encouraging millions of people to vote for a man who laughs every time a black person is killed by a cop ‘
While the pair stopped messaging each other directly, each spoke about the fights in multiple tweets and conversations with their followers on Monday.
In one such post, Owens slapped Cardi B for noting that he should have generally been hypocritical on the rapper’s call to criticize the police and criticize America.
‘Never listen to a person who has personal security, but the public wants to discredit the police. On Monday, he tweeted that it was never made in the US, but don’t listen to a multinational that ruined our country. ‘These Hollywood idols are the cause of fraud, the sheep never made its way when they discovered success.’
Cardi B has not yet directly referred to Owen’s latest tweet. However he retweeted a message of support from New York Congressional candidate Richie Torres, who wrote: ‘Thanks Cardi [Candace Owens] For the fraud that he is. You make the Bronx proud. ‘
Cardi B is currently number one on the music charts in many countries with her controversial single WAP, which features Megan Thee Stallion.
During his intense conversation with Joe Biden last month, the rapper questioned the president’s expectation on policy issues such as the COVID-19 epidemic, police brutality, college affordability, and health care.
“I have a complete list of things that I want our next president to do for us,” Biden said. ‘But first, I just want to exclude Trump.’