Cardi B is going off on her fans.
The “Up” rapper has once again deleted her Twitter account after being pressured to release new music. Amid “harassing” comments from fans requesting her new album, Cardi snapped and lashed out in a series of tweets.
“drop the fu**ing album,” wrote one fan, to which Cardi replied, “SUCK MY DICK.”
An upset Cardi also addressed those who keep asking when her sophomore album will drop, explaining that she is taking her time and wants to make sure it’s “immaculate.”
“Yo, I really hate when people start acting like brats and start really pissing me off. I don’t like that st,” she said in a Twitter voice note. “I wanna make it very clear. After I dropped I said, I’m gonna take my time. I gotta finish my album. If I say I’m gonna finish my album, it doesn’t mean that I’m gonna drop in March, it doesn’t mean that I’m gonna drop in April. Let me do this fking st because everybody expect me to fking fail, so when I drop my album, I want it to be immaculate with everything great.”
But the constant questioning has taken its toll on her. “However, don’t every single time that I fking drop something, ya’ll discourage me with the ‘I thought you was gonna drop the album, I though you was gonna drop a song.’ My mans, I just dropped a song three fking weeks ago.”
In addition to music, Cardi remains focused on her paper. “How ya’ll expect me to be a great business woman, how ya’ll expect me to make it to Forbes if I’m not doing other business ventures besides music? You should learn from JAY-Z. You don’t just become a billionaire with f**king making music.”
Added Cardi, “Let me do my st. Stop harassing me for fking music. I just dropped something. And I don’t like to drop bullst because if it flops, then what? Cardi is a flop, Cardi is a flop, and ya’ll gonna be mad arguing on Twitter. So stop. That st is f**king annoying. Deadass.”
After deleting her Twitter account on Friday morning (March 5), the Grammy winner appeared on the “Today” show in honor of Women’s History Month to promote her new limited edition doll.
This is not the first time Cardi has deactivated her social media. In October, she deleted her @iamcardib account following criticism surrounding her divorce and reconciliation with Offset.