Cardi B warns fans she won't longer promote "Wild Side" amid backlash!

Cardi B warns fans she won't longer promote "Wild Side" amid backlash!

The 28-year-old rapper had warned fans that she wouldn't promote the song and ask Normani's team to release a version without her if the harassment against her continued. 

Cardi B's really vocal about what matters to her on social media! This time, the 28-year-old rapper took to Twitter to defend her collaboration in Normani's new single "Wild Side" warning fans that if the harassment she was receiving did not stop, she would "not promote" the song anymore and "ask Normani's team to release a version without [her] vocal."

The rapper ranted about the bullying she received in a series of tweets, but some of them were later deleted. When a fan asked her if she was serious about her warning, she wrote, "I'm not trolling... I been getting disrespected up and down and ignoring it cause I love the song and the person, but me or my fans not finna be getting desrespected."

However, a few hours later, she showed her love to Normani calming down her fans, and wrote, "Sooo proud of you Normani! Thank you everyone for all the support. I be trying to tell people when they spread negative & narrative yea social media sees it but God sees it too. He will make sure the words are eaten!"

After her series of tweets, Normani also showed her love to the singer saying, "I love you always and I’m sure I sound like a creep saying this. I really am forever grateful and couldn’t imagine coming outta hiding after two years with anyone else. genuinely one of the sweetest human beings everrr. thank you for being YOU."

Recently, the rapper opened up about the 25-year-old singer's team asking her to make her song's verses as "nastier" as possible! The former Fifth Harmony member's song has already entered the Top 5 on US iTunes as #4. 

Vicky M

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