Cardi B is not here to listen to anyone tell her how to run her own life, let alone raise her baby. The controversial rapper recently took matters into her own hands and put her trolls in their place by telling them that what she does behind closed doors is simply none of their business. The ‘Clout’ rapper took to social media to tell her critics to stop telling her how to parent her daughter, 10-month-old Kulture.
According to The Blast, Cardi aired her frustrations during an Instagram Live session this past week. She wanted her fans to know that not only does she have everything under control, but that she’s also a parent that always has her daughter’s best interests in mind when it comes to making big, everyday decisions.
As is often the case, many fans on social media like to share their opinion on what should or shouldn’t be done when it comes to parenting. Unfortunately for Cardi B, it looks like she’s become yet another victim of ‘mommy shaming,’ which happens all too frequently when a parent shares their life online. Clearly, Cardi couldn’t take the criticism anymore and that’s why she decided to lash out at her trolls. She wrote to one fan in particular that the person needed to worry about their own life before her own, suggesting that the social media user is “so thirsty to create a negative scenario” at the rapper’s expense.
The chart topper reminded everyone that during her temporary break up with her baby daddy Offset, she was the parent who had full-time custody of their daughter Kulture. She also pointed out that the little tot often accompanies her mother on “multi-million dollar meetings” and that Cardi always travels with her baby everywhere she goes. She also said that as a first-time mom, she’s doing her best to secure her daughter’s future.
And while Cardi’s message might have managed to keep some of her trolls at bay, others applauded Cardi for being a mother who always puts her daughter first. While Cardi says that she loves motherhood, she’s also had to make a few personal sacrifices along the way, too, although she did not specify how.