Candace Owens tells Cardi B ‘you are naked, shoving your vagina’, rapper retorts with wild tongue kissing photo

Candace Owens called out Cardi B’s raunchy Grammy’s performance on ‘WAP’ and before anyone could understand what’s happening, both got into an ugly spat leading to a new controversy altogether


                            Candace Owens tells Cardi B ‘you are naked, shoving your vagina’, rapper retorts with wild tongue kissing photo
Candace Owens and Cardi B (Instagram / Getty Images)
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Cardi B was all over the news in 2020 for her highly controversial song ‘WAP’ featuring Megan Thee Stallion and looks like 2021 is not going to be any different as her performance on the same song during the recent 63rd Grammys led to a whole new drama on the Internet as many dubbed her raunchy performance with Megan as nothing less than “stripping.”

Joining the already heated debate author and political commentator Candace Owens expressed her opinion on the song during her appearance on the FOX News channel where she can be seen degrading Cardi B’s performance on ‘WAP’. This did not go down well with Cardi B as she sarcastically snapped at Owens and thanked her with a tweet for giving the much-needed fuel as her Grammys 2021’s performance became one of the most-watched videos from the coveted award ceremony. However, before anyone could understand what’s happening, both got into an ugly spat leading to a new controversy altogether.

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The ugly spat between Candace Owens and Cardi B

The 28-year-old rapper first tweeted, “Yaaaayyyyyyy WE MADE FOX NEWS GUYS !!! Wap wap wap” to which Owens snapped back trying to show down the multiple award-winning rapper in a tweet which read, “Just @ me next time, directly. You are a cancer cell to culture. Young black girls are having their minds poisoned by what you are trying to package and sell to them as “empowerment”. I’m one of the few that has courage to tell you the truth. You should thank me.”

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The author then posted, “The reason my comments always get you into your feelings is because deep down, you know what I am saying is true. You are in a position to empower young women to aspire to something more than taking off their clothes but you don’t feel you can be more.”

Candace Owens (Getty Images)

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Cardi B then slammed Owens with another tweet and stated, “Matter fact I’m just going to thank Candy. She put my performance on Fox News giving it more views that boosted the views on YouTube and are counting towards my streams and sales Winking face with tongue STREAM UP AND WAP. REMEMBER GROWN PARENTS ONLY YOU CAN MONITOR WHAT YOUR KIDS WATCH NO1 ELSE.” to which Owens replied that she doesn’t work for FOX News and added, “I don’t work for Fox News, Belcalis, nor do I take issue with you having success. I take issue with you being used to encouraging young women to strip themselves of dignity.  Men typically treat women how they treat themselves.You know that.”   

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After an exchange of few more ugly tweets, Owens got way too direct and said, “Millions of young girls follow you. At your best, you are self-deprecating and humorous. At your worst, you are naked, shoving your vagina into another woman’s vagina while thrusting atop her. You were at your worst on the Grammy stage.  Do better @iamcardib.”


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Cardi B's dig at Candace Owens

An equally angry Cardi B did not sit back quietly as she then dragged her with an apparent photoshopped tweet where Owens had posted about confessing to her husband cheating on with her brother. Owens then said that she would get lawyers involved for Cardi’s “slandering” of her brother, “a private citizen,” adding, “Just spoke with my family. I am 100% suing Cardi for that nonsense.”

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Not one to bite her lip, she fired right back with a whole lot of NSFW suggestions. “You claim that ME AND MY TEAM PHOTOSHOPPED IT now you claim I felt for a random photoshopped tweet. That's dozens of articles reported about it In November which one is it?” one tweet read.

In another post, she shared two women's tongues inside each other and said, “@RealCandaceO Me you on a beach while debating bout Trump and Biden? Think about it ....... Republicans go watch “UP” music video to see what this about.” When Candace said, “Tempting. But I’m thinking me and you in a courtroom debating defamation law is what’s around the corner.” Cardi replied, “IN THONGS?”
 

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'Call it what it is... Soft porn'

The tweet where Owens spoke about Cardi B being naked and shoving her vagina into another woman’s vagina got social media talking. One user stated, “Says the woman who commonly supports white supremacy.” Another added, “Call it what it is. Soft porn. Nothing any parent should approve of letting their children watch.  And shame on CBS for allowing such smut.  What happened to wholesome family prime time TV?”

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The next one shared, “If you don’t like her music, why do you care? Mind ya business” while the other tweeted, “Cardi b does politics.. but you can never pull a performance like hers. no wonder you’re jealous.” One user added, “You want to live in a society where women can’t express themselves...you want to control women, that’s what type of society you want to live.” One said, “There's a time and place for it. Not primetime Grammy's. Lowest ratings of all time.” The other one concluded, “Candace she doesn't give a s**t what you think and she's way more successful than you will ever be. Stop trying to get the popular girls to pay attention to you, it's really pathetic.” 

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Cardi B performs onstage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California and broadcast on March 14, 2021. (Getty Images)

 


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