Cardi B Still Doesn’t Have Time for These Hackers, Threatens Legal Action Over Offset’s Leaked Explicit Videos

Cardi B performs at E11Even on Nov. 22, 2017, in Miami. (Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for E11Even)

Some people don’t like to see others shine and be happy. And with Cardi B having a winning-ass year, dropping hit singles, earning collaborations, getting engaged, etc., it seems that some hackers thought to bring her trouble and drama for the holiday weekend, leaking explicit footage, some of which came from her fiance’s iCloud account.

On the same day Cardi’s new single, “Bartier Cardi,” dropped, a video of an unidentified woman dancing naked in a hotel room made an appearance online. Migos rapper Offset, Cardi’s fiance, allegedly filmed the footage one month before he proposed to Cardi, sparking cheating rumors across the internet. The hacker is also accused of sharing explicit videos of Cardi that were filmed when she worked as a stripper.


But you know, as Cardi raps: She don’t bother with these hos, don’t let these hos bother me.

Cardi’s lawyer, Scott Mason, told TMZ that the videos released were illegally obtained and the team would be doing a full investigation to find the person behind the leak. (Say no to leaking private footage, kids!)


And then just because she can, completely unbothered, Cardi and Offset later posted a video where they simulated sex, sparking more controversy, as many assumed that the footage was real.


However, Cardi’s spokesperson insisted that it was all “a joke” and both she and Offset were fully clothed at the time of the filming.

As for the leaked videos of Cardi in the nude, well, old news to the rapper, who reminded people of the fact that she used to strip for a living.


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