We shared with you the discussion between Cardi B and Candace Owens. Fox News columnist Owens recently made some pointed statements about names like Cardi and LeBron James.
Cardi, on the other hand, did not remain silent against the statements that amounted to insulting her.
“What’s embarrassing is that she tried to get her lawyers to make me do a public apology after she been attacking me for months and try to make me pay her 75K in a month to she threatened to sue wit NO CASE…… Like how smart you are and don’t even know the law?”
Candace Owens seems determined to continue this discussion. Because she replied to Cardi, too. She left a comment under cardi’s Instagram post. Implying that it’s time to draw attention to Nicki Minaj; “SILENCE. It’s Nicki Minaj week, clown.” she wrote.
Candace Owens said, “Do We Have A Problem?” and tried to celebrate Nicki Minaj’s new success in Cardi B’s post. We’ve also seen some information when Billboard and streaming numbers for the song were announced this weekend. It turned out that Minaj sold more units than the song’s next seven hits combined.
Owens didn’t stop there. The friction continued. “Avoid uneducated WAP at all costs this week, ladies and gentlemen.”
While Candace Owens feels good for Nicki Minaj when it comes to female rap music, she doesn’t feel so good about Cardi B.
Candace Owens’ Controversial Remarks Was Too Tough Against Cardi B
Candace Owens talked more about LeBron. “I don’t think LeBron means to do bad, I just don’t think he’s that smart. I really do think LeBron James is low IQ. I’ve heard him speak about issues and he’s so wrong. But I think he carries with him an arrogance, which isn’t hard when you’re being called a king.”
Then Candace Owens, known as the far-right, started talking about Cardi.
“It’s incredible how uneducated she is. She just got embarrassed on Twitter,” Owens said about Cardi. “She was just saying stuff about politics, and I was just responding. I wasn’t even being rude, I was just telling—like, she literally doesn’t even know what country she’s in, how the country works.