Bronx native Cardi B is finally back on social media. Playboy Creative Director got into an argument with some of her fans last week. She then disabled her social media accounts.
Some members of the Bardi Gang were very upset that Cardi did not attend the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on April 3. Some of their complaints even reached Cardi’s children.
“I’m deleting my Twitter On God I hate this f##### d###### fan base,” stated Cardi at the time. “You got the slow d######## dragging my kids all cause y’all [thought] I was going to the Grammys and I didn’t the f###?”
As of this morning, Cardi is back. Social media accounts have been reactivated. The Grammy-winning famous rapper can address 17 million followers on Twitter and 127 million followers on Instagram.
Just before Kay Flock’s single “Shake It” was released, Cardi also turned to social media. Future collaborations including Dougie B and Bory300 will land on DSPs on April 15.
Cardi B’s verse about “Shake It” is 7 seconds long. However, it has already gone viral. It has more than 5.8 million views on Twitter. It also has over 5,000 retweets and 142,000 likes.
Cardi has not released any singles as a solo lead artist since the chart-topping “Up” in 2021. Cardi’s new album, new single is eagerly awaited by her fans.
Twitter Is Overflowing With Comments About Cardi B
Cardi is getting ready to announce her stream on Kay Flock’s new track “Shake It” featuring Dougie B & Bory 300.
Part of the video trended on Twitter over the weekend.
Shared by Sidetalk, New York’s one-minute street show. In the music video, Cardi appears surrounded by Bronx natives on the set of the “Shake It” music video.