Sadly a woman can not enjoy herself without someone trying to get a bit perverse.
Cardi B forgot to wear underwear last night at the Billboard Music Awards, and an image allegedly showing her stuff went viral last night on social media.
“Online abuse is very abstract,” she said. “It’s the thundering footsteps of an invisible pursuer. You hear it. It’s there. It’s present. It’s 24/7. It’s nonstop. It comes at you from all angles, but you don’t know, I didn’t know who it was.”
Sadly twenty-one percent of women ages 18 to 29 said they have been sexually harassed online, more than twice the number of men in the same age group who say they have experienced it, according to a Pew Research
Here’s the image that has people talking:
Here are more pics of Cardi and husband Offset from the red carpet.
Cardi quickly went on social media, and tried to kill the story, claiming that her private area was not seen in the viral picture.
Cardi claimed that the photo of the “Money” rapper with her husband, Offset, holding her leg up in the air on the red carpet did NOT expose her vagina.
Cardi stripped down to her birthday suit to treat her Instagram followers to a NSFW anatomy lesson.
“Y’all motherf— going around with this f—ing picture photoshopping it even more like, ‘Oh Cardi p—, Cardi p—,’” Cardi, 26, said in the clip posted to her page. “First of all, that ain’t my p—. My p— right here. This where I birthed my daughter from.”
This right here, the part that shows when I go like this,” she continued, while lifting up her leg. “That’s just my ass. You know when you got a fat ass. That s— gets fat right here. This the part right here, this the part that gives the d— comfort. Know what I’m saying? This the part when you go like this, in and out, that’s what this n— feel. That’s my ass.”
What do you think? Is the rise in wardrobe malfunctions an annoying trend, or a call for stylists who are better at their jobs? Has this become an obnoxious, unofficial way for celebrities to make headlines, or should we all just take a chill and stop placing so much taboo on female privates and stop online harassment?