Cardi B calls out trolls for editing photos of her to try to make them go viral


Cardi B has called out people trying to edit her photos to go viral on social media and make her look bad.

In a since-deleted Instagram post, the “WAP” singer shared a “photoshopped” image and the “original” paparazzi shot, side-by-side.

The photo is from a shopping trip to a Target store in Miami in December last year, where she reportedly spent thousands of dollars on toys to donate to charity.

The rapper wore a cropped grey hoodie and fitted grey sweatpants.

She wrote in the caption to the photos:

It’s the fact that people try to photoshop my face and body to post on their platform so people can bash me and make me feel down on my appearance on purpose… and the fact that this is a paparazzi picture from months ago.

That’s why I pray everyday and God keep blessing me triple in people face cause they done tried everything to bring me down from making rumors about me to now photoshopping me trying to make me go viral with a photoshop pic of a paparazzi pic from months ago. Like when was the last time I had a nose ring? And why the duck ya make me look like a middle eastern boy?

WHAT DON’T YA GET. Trying to bring me down and doing fuck shit to me it’s only going to bring you lil pleasure and laughter for a day or 2 then ya going to get reminded again and again that no matter what ya tried Istill came on top!

And the sad shit is that the people that be doing these rumors and be trying to make people bash me about my looks are WOMEN!

It’s unclear why Cardi deleted the post but people have since rushed to her defence on social media.

Cardi B made headlines recently when she called out to pro-Trump commentator Candace Owens.

In an interview with fellow conservative commentator, Ben Shapiro – who was deliciously mocked for reciting the lyrics of “WAP” recently – Owens said she thought Cardi’s recent interview with Joe Biden was “demeaning... pandering [and] ridiculous”.

Cardi satisfyingly shot back:


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