AceShowbiz - Offset is not going to let anyone throw hate on his wife Cardi B. In the wake of the resurface of a video in which the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker admitted that she drugged and robbed men during her stripper days, many attacked the Grammy-winning raptress. And now, Offset has had enough with the haters as he took to Twitter to defend his wife.
"Every bartender stripper with the dream of getting out the club," the Migos rapper tweeted on Friday, April 5. "It’s nun wrong with that but my wife help guide ur life to try to rap all u dumb ass ppl at home on couch tweeting suck my balls."
The rapper added that he was "not talking bout established artist like the legands and the ones before Cardi," but rather the haters that “are motivated by the wife." He concluded his rant by saying that the "Invasion of Privacy" artist "did the unbelievable."
The same ones hate are motivated by the wife she did the unbelievable— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) April 5, 2019
He went on saying in a separate tweet, "Beware of hate in ya circle. Beware of success comes with hate. Beware of being great or greater than expected u gone get bigger than ppl." Meanwhile, another post read, "And my b***h still number one after u get done typing now go back to work for u get fired we set my kids set I own properties and my mama rich too we having u typing mostly black ppl against they own smh u want your own ppl down but I don't care."
Beware of hate in ya circle— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) April 5, 2019
Beware of success comes with hate
Beware of being great or greater than expected u gone get bigger than ppl
And my bitch still number one after u get done typing now go back to work for u get fired we set my kids set I own properties and my mama rich too we having u typing mostly black ppl against they own smh u want your own ppl down but I don’t care 🤷♀️— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) April 5, 2019
The responses, however, didn't look good. A user took a jab at Offset as he wrote, "if she so great why you cheat on her?" Some others didn't seem to agree with Offset's words, claiming that "I can tag 100 female rappers better than your wife and they are unsigned and underground! You don't really want to start this type of challenge!"
Furthermore, most peope suspected that it was Cardi who tweeted because "the grammar screams Cardi" and there was a girl shrugging emoji at the end of the tweet. "It's cardi writing, girl has no grammar in the way she speaks and writes," another fan added.
Meanwhile, some others were expressing their frustration of the inexistence of period and punctuation in the tweets. "Reading this gave me a headache, the illiteracy jumped out," said one user.
Last month, Cardi received backlash after a video of her Instagram Live from three years ago resurfaced online. "I had to go strip, I had to go, 'Oh yeah, you want to f**k me? Yeah yeah yeah, let's go back to this hotel,' and I drugged n****s up and I robbed them. That's what I used to do," she said in the video.
The video prompted people to trend the hashtag #SurvivingCardiB on Twitter. After receiving so much attention for her past, the 26-year-old issued a statement via Instagram. "I never glorified the things I brought up in that live I never even put those things in my music because I'm not proud of it and feel a responsibility not to glorify it," she wrote.
"I made the choices that I did at the same time because I had very limited options. I was blessed to have been able to rise from that but so many women have not. Whether or not they were poor choices at the time I did what I had to do to survive," she insisted. "I have a past that I can't change we all do."
Cardi added in the caption, "All I can do now is be a better me for myself my family and my future."