The 29-year-old singer was on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Friday, March 4. Cardi B had tagged her as ‘Charli STD’ and that’s how it started.
“It was one of those scenarios where we never actually met when we made the song. We shot the music video separately and we were sending verses and whatever,” she started revisiting performing Girls back in 2018 with the Hustlers star, Bebe Rexha and Rita Ora.
“She tweets the song and I’m like, ‘Oh my god! Cardi B tweeted my name! This is huge!’ Then, I like, checked the tag, and instead of ‘Charli XCX’ it’s ‘Charli STD’” she told Fallon while adding, “I think Cardi tagged it not once but twice.”
Added Charli XCX. “I was like, ‘If anyone is gonna make this kind of online error, it’s gotta be Cardi because it’s iconic’.”
“I’m almost happy it happened. You know, she can call me Charli STD whenever she wants,” she added.
Cardi B Hasn’t Withdrawn From The Results Of The Libel Case
Cardi B won $4 million in a defamation lawsuit she filed against blogger Tasha K. She wants the judge to silence her for good.
Cardi B has already filed documents in federal court on Thursday, March 3, seeking a permanent injunction against Tasha, according to a report by TMZ. The documents state that Tasha K did everything in her power to avoid making the $4 million payment. We understand that Cardi accused her of fraudulently moving assets to complicate the situation.
Tasha appears in a YouTube video claiming to brag about moving assets. And that’s not something that will help her situation.