Candace Owens and Cardi B feud heats up, Internet says conservative gets 'paid by insecure white supremacists'

It all started when Owens attacked Joe Biden for giving an interview to Cardi B. Since then, they have been exchanging barbs on social media

                            Candace Owens and Cardi B feud heats up, Internet says conservative gets 'paid by insecure white supremacists'
Candace Owens and Cardi B (Getty Images)

Rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, better known as Cardi B, and right-wing commentator Candace Owens’ Twitter feud has caught everyone’s attention. It all started when Owens, in an interview with conservative political commentator and podcaster Ben Shapiro, slammed the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for participating in an interview with Cardi B last month for Elle magazine.

In her interview, she said that Biden giving an interview to Cardi B “would be akin to Donald Trump saying, ‘I’m going to give no interviews’ but he decided to give an interview to Justin Bieber”. She also added to Shapiro’s existing commentary on Cardi B’s latest hit ‘WAP’. On Twitter, she shared a section of the interview, saying, “Since most black people didn’t have the spine to admit that @benshapiro was 100% correct about @iamcardib and how her music and platform contributes to the disintegration of black culture and you go.”


Cardi B responded to Owens saying that Biden took time with her because she was influential. “It's not a secret I use my platform to encourage people to vote,” she said in a video on her Instagram Story. "I love politics... today, Candace Owens said some real nasty things about me.” She added, “I have millions of followers. I pay millions in taxes. I have the Number One song in this country, I have the Number One song in the United Kingdom, I have the Number One song in Australia, I have the Number One song in New Zealand. Just like I can make millions of people pop their p****... I can make millions of people go vote.”

As the feud continued, Owens made an Instagram video, telling Cardi B, “You know nothing. Stop using your platform to call for more black deaths. Stop lying about Trump. Stop supporting Joe Biden who supported segregation and the mass incarceration of black men. I’m almost six months pregnant but got the time to rip you a new WAP.”

The rapper’s response to this was, “Your baby singing wap wap wap this some dry a** p****yyy.” This angered Owens, who took this as an attack on her unborn child. She wrote on Twitter, “Attacking an unborn child. How very DEMOCRAT of you. While I have you—did you know your party has supported the slaughter of over 18 million black babies since 1973? Did you know the most unsafe place for a black child is in its mother’s womb because of YOUR party?”


On Twitter, the feud between the two women of color led to a debate. One Twitter user noted, “It's amazing how many white people use Candace Owens videos to justify their racism.”


Film producer and author Tariq Nasheed said, “Candace Owens gets paid by insecure white supremacists to spew their racism for them. The good thing about Candace Owens is she inadvertently exposes white supremacy. Because anyone who retweets her or supports her is an anti-Black racist.”


People criticized Owens further. One Twitter user wrote, “Candace Owens has made her career on arguing against unimportant low hanging fruit and debating uninformed college students. I haven’t seen her take on any real opponents. She stays in her Conversative echo chamber. All that said, Cardi is obviously out of her league."



One Twitter user noted, “Candace Owens went from rage-whining about the horrors of antifa blm marxists destroying western civilization by looting and rioting to praising Malcolm X, saying he'd be an alt-right trump creep like her. yeah, Malcolm definitely wouldn't be on blm's side.”


About the whole feud, a Twitter user predicted, “Candace Owens vs Cardi B was a preview of what a Donald Trump vs Joe Biden debate will look like.”


Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.