AceShowbiz - Cardi B can't take it when someone spreads false rumor about her, let alone her kid. The Bronx femcee recently went ballistic after Access Hollywood posted a headline that portrays her as a "wack a** mom" to her daughter Kulture.
The "I Like It" raptress did an interview with the website to promote her new Netflix hip-hop talent competition series "Rhythm + Flow". But Cardi didn't expect the publication to twist what she said during the interview and was upset when it posted a clip of the interview with the headline which read, "Cardi B Admits Baby Kulture Calls Someone Else 'Mommy' Because She Works So Much: It 'Feels Wack'."
Not staying silent, the 26-year-old rap superstar went on an expletive-filled rant on Instagram Live on Thursday, October 3. "They asked me a question about me doing different ventures and how has things changed when it comes to motherhood. So I explained to them. I gave them like a 2-minute answer, right?" she explained her busy schedule in the video. "And I said things have changed because a lot of people expect me to do so many things. Like, a lot of people expect me to be in the studio. Then I film for 'Rhythm + Flow'. I filmed for 'Hustlers'. I'm working on f***ing Fashion Nova and I'm doing other business s**t that is about to come out."
She went on defending herself for not spending enough time with her daughter, "So, I'm sorry if I take time out my day that I could be five hours in the studio but I spent five hours with my kid. Because yes, I could have somebody babysit my f***ing kid but it's like it's a wack feeling when your kid not even trying to f**k with you and call somebody else mommy. That's why you gotta spend time with your kid."
Cardi continued blasting the publication, "So these muthaf**kas chopped what I said up up.... That's not what the f**k I said! Don't use my muthaf***ing kid for clickbait, b***h. Don't f***ing cut s**t off trying to make me look like I'm a f**k a** mom cuz that's something that I'm not. I don't play that s**t." She added, "Access Hollywood, suck my whole d**k. Suck a d**k. I hope your f***ing mom catch AIDS, b***h."
Following Cardi's objection to the headline, Access Hollywood has deleted the said video from both its website and parent company NBC's site. A source close to the site tells The Hollywood Reporter that the video was deleted because "producers acknowledged the headline was unfair to Cardi and did not properly communicate the quality nor the content of the interview." The source says Access producers have reached out to the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker and privately apologized to her and her team.
It's not clear if Cardi has also apologized to the website for her inflammatory comments, but she appeared to regret her emotional rant. She apologized to her fans on Twitter, writing, "Ok guys I feel better now .Sorry for the bulls**t ....whew Chile I haven't been this mad since WHAT WAS THE REASON ?"
She explained herself in another post, "You see I been workin my a** off doing my s**t .I go out I do press run people took my kindness for weakness I felt violated I said how I felt now I am THE INDUSTRY WICKED WITCH AGAIN This is why I don't be talking or socializing cause it always end up bad for Cardi !"
Cardi also threatened to quit social media after her upcoming birthday on October 11. "After my bday ..I'm deleting my social media accounts for a while cause a b***h just OVER IT," so the mother of one posted.