Cardi B Seeks Elon Musk's Help After She's 'Shadowbanned' Over NSFW Tweet About Janelle Monae
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The 'WAP' hitmaker has been lusting after the 'Lipstick Lover' songstress, who has often bared her body on various occasions, including in her newest music video.

AceShowbiz - Cardi B's appreciation for Janelle Monae has landed her in trouble on Twitter. The Bronx femcee has been responding to the R&B singer's raunchy videos and acts, but one tweet in particular has apparently caused her to get "shadowbanned."

Shadow-ban is when a social media site blocks a user without their knowledge, typically by making their posts and comments no longer visible to other users. After realizing this, the Grammy Award-winning raptress reached out to Twitter's owner Elon Musk for help.

"I'm shadowbanned cause I posted a picture of somebody getting their t***ie sucked …," the mother of two first acknowledged her mistake. She then desperately pleaded with the 51-year-old businessman, "@elonmusk please unshadowban me. I won't do it again."

Cardi has been lusting after Janelle, who has been showcasing her body both online and offline. The 37-year-old singer recently dropped a racy music video for "Lipstick Lover". The sensual video is a celebration of queer love and the female form, featuring shots of Janelle posing topless, singing directly to another woman's derriere and having fun with a bed full of vibrators and dildos.

During an outdoor performance of her new track, she was also caught lifting up her shirt and exposing her breasts, much to the delight of the audience. Janelle later took to Twitter to commemorate her raunchy act, posting the video and writing, "T***ies out for the next 15 years. [smiling with tongue out emoji]."

Responding to one of Janelle's topless videos, Cardi shared a screen grab from Natalie Nunn's OnlyFans account, which shows her getting intimate with another woman and obviously enjoying it. The message was quickly taken down, but Twitter's algorithm apparently detected it and placed her account under restriction.

Janelle also documented her mother's reaction to her NSFW music video. "That's cool, but only one thing, though. Are you going to be able to show that nude booty all the time, like, on the YouTube?" her mother said during a FaceTime call with the singer.

"Well, would be nice if you had a man's butt up there. We know y'all versatile," she added. "It's a nice song. If people don't get hysterical about the booty so bad, if they just listen to the lyrics in the song, you gon' go triple." She then clarified that she meant "triple Golden."

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