Cardi B Threatens To Sue Anyone Who Reposts Her Explicit Photo

WAP rapper Cardi B who recently turned 28, is still celebrating her birthday in a week-long celebration.

From being gifted a Rolls Royce truck by her husband Offset to receiving a Birkin bag from Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, Kylie Jenner – it was one hell of a way to kickstart a birthday!

Apart from her birthday, the rapper is on an all-time high with her song WAP ft Megan Thee Stallion which is the first song in 28 years by a female-led rapper to land a number one spot on the Aria Singles Charts. Although WAP hasn’t been nominated for a grammy yet… the raunchy rap song might be taken into consideration given its 4 week-long run at the top on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

Now, in what seems to be a hiccup celebrities aren’t new to, Cardi B accidentally posted and deleted a titt_y picture in one of her Instagram stories. Although the story was only live for less than a minute, given the ginormous following she has, the delete feature may have come in too late. With many on the social media platform screenshotting and circulating the explicit photo, the damage was already done.
Cardi B Threatens To Sue Anyone Who Reposts Her Explicit Photo

Cardi B who has graced our screens from her seasons on Love & Hip Hop and is known for being unapologetically outspoken and raw decided to take matters into her own hands. Before reaching out to her PR Team and pursuing an action plan of ‘damage control’, she posted a bold warning on her Instagram story that reads,

Whoever post ma story getting sued idc if ya wut. Ever it was an accident.

In any case, celebrities being exposed to a nip slip or two hasn’t been a big deal since the commencement of the ‘free the nipple’ movement that was started in a bid to have Instagram and Facebook view the female and male nipple equally.

Update: Cardi B has denied claims that she has threatened to sue anyone who reposts her explicit photo. She went on to explain that mistakes do happen and she accepts full responsibility for the aftermath that the ‘post and delete’ may have caused. Her full statement below:

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