Rapper Cardi B has returned to the forefront to launch a frontal attack on all those moralists of the virtual sphere who believe they have the right to judge her style
Singer Cardi B, during a presentation. / Via REUTERS
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In case it was not enough with the endless explanations she has had to give throughout this year about a decision as personal as going through the operating room to touch up her attributes - they all ended up with the conclusion that she is free to do what she wants with her body-, the rapper Cardi B has returned to the forefront to launch a frontal attack on all those moralists of the virtual sphere who believe they have the right to judge her lifestyle or the way in which she manages her physique.
"It's funny that it is said that women have to support each other, do we really do it? I'm going to tell you one thing: I don't like talking about the bodies of others because I remember very well the difficulties that I have had myself", the interpreter has begun to tell in a long video posted on her Instagram account.
"I remember when I had no breasts and I remember perfectly the small and funny size of my ass. So I'm only going to mess with the bodies of others if they mess on mine", promised the star of hip hop, who underwent liposuction shortly after giving birth to her daughter Kulture in July last year, before directly criticizing the most hypocritical women who, having gone through the same as her, still insist on that their physicists are one hundred percent natural.
"There are people who say: 'Oh, she thinks she is better than the others because she has operated and got everything she has achieved for that.' And it turns out that they have done exactly the same thing. Then they have no qualms about leaving offensive comments about my 'plastic ass' and those things", said the wife of also rapper Offset, who by the way this summer assured that she would never be operated again for a matter of mere aesthetics.