Cardi B Hits Back at Critics of Her Secondhand Smoke
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The pregnant rapper asks the critics to buy her pampers and baby formula 'SINCE YA CARE AND ARE SO CONCERN about my baby.'

AceShowbiz - Cardi B slammed followers on social media after facing criticism for being around secondhand smoke while pregnant.

The Bodak Yellow rapper was seen in a video standing next to her fiance Offset, who was smoking next to the mother-to-be inside a club.

According to People, at one point in the video a large cloud of smoke can be seen moving from Offset to in front of where Cardi is standing.

"Why is he smoking next to her knowing that she's pregnant some men are so inconsiderate," one follower commented on the Instagram clip, that was posted by Hollywood Unlocked.

"You're ignorant af (as f**k) I feel sorry for your baby! You're in a club full of smoke... your (sic) a disgrace," another wrote, while a third posted in the comments: "She even looks uncomfortable when he blows smoke in her face. Come on Cardi, you should know better".

The 25-year-old took matters into her own hands and joined those commenting on the Hollywood Unlocked post, and cheekily invited those who were criticising her to buy essential items for her baby.

"SINCE YA CARE AND ARE SO CONCERN about my baby... Hit me in my DM (direct message) for my registry and send me some (Pampers) and baby formula," Cardi quipped, alongside four crying-laughing emojis. "Don't just comment like you care about my baby show it!! SEND THEM PAMPERS!".

In another comment, she wrote: "My child is great I be in the OBGYN (obstetrician-gynaecologist) faithfully but since you so concern about the health you want to split these medical bills with me? I figure you would since you sound so concern about health".

Back in April, the rapper blasted those who suggested that her having a baby will negatively affect her career.

"It just really bothers me and it disgusts me because I see a lot of women online like, 'Oh I feel sorry for you, oh your career is over,'" Cardi told Power 105.1's radio show The Breakfast Club back in April. "As a woman, why can't I have both? Why do I gotta choose a career or a baby? Like, why can't I have both? I want both".

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