Dear CNN: Cardi B Used To DRUG And ROB Men After Seducing Them Is That ‘News?’

Written by K. Walker on March 28, 2019

A three-year-old Instagram Live video by rapper Cardi B has come back to haunt her in the worst possible way.

In a video that began with the good advice to her followers to ‘go to a good school’ and pay for their dreams themselves, Cardi B attempts to clap back at critics who say that she didn’t ‘deserve’ where she is now because she ‘didn’t put in the work’. In her attempt, she trips and hits herself.

Included in her list of things that she did to ‘survive’ was that she ‘had to strip’ and drug and rob men that wanted to sleep with her.

CARDI B: I had to go strip, I had to go, ‘Oh yeah, you want to f–k me? Yeah, yeah, yeah, let’s go back to this hotel,’ and I drugged n—–s up, and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do. Nothing was f–king handed to me, my N—-r, NOTHING!

Umm… ‘nothing was handed to me’ isn’t exactly compatible with ‘I drugged and robbed men’ — unless she means that she took it by force.


Welp, I don’t think anyone is going to forget what she ‘had to do’ again.

She didn’t even try to get a ‘Sugar Daddy’ — an older man willing to pay her money for her, er, companionship. It’s a trend that’s on the rise with college students attempting to avoid student loan debt. 

The blowback on social media was swift and fierce.

The hashtag #SurvivingCardiB was being used to question these particular life choices by the rapper. The reference is to the Lifetime documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ which examines stories of alleged sexual abuse that were committed by the R&B singer.


That’s right, Stephanie!

At first, Cardi was defiant on social media:

She then said that she was going to lay low for a while:

But she just couldn’t stay away. Maybe she’s one of those people that believe ‘there’s no such thing as bad press’.

She was wrong. One story from an alleged victim of Cardi B’s drugging and robbery came out and that changed everything.

It wasn’t just robbery if you believe this dude’s account of when he was a victim of Cardi B. Ak Ore Akim wrote:

I was in New York about five years ago training and my trainer suggested we go to a strip club. Normally, I would’ve turned him down but this time I decided to go. So, boom, we go to the strip club and I meet Cardi. I’m feeling her and convinced her to come back to the room with me to have a drink. I’d been drinking already so I had to piss, I slid into the bathroom and came back and finished off my drink. Last thing I remembered was she was twerking on me, music was blasting and that was it. The next morning, I saw a used condom on the floor and then I noticed all the cash I had which was about $850, my Louis Vuitton belt and my iPod touch was missing. I tried calling her several times but I soon realized she gave me a google voice number. I know she did it but I couldn’t prove it so I never went to file charges mainly because I did not want my fiancée at the time to know what had happened so I took my ‘L’. I can’t lie, it was certainly traumatizing and as a man, you never want to admit you were taken advantage of. No man wants to say #MeToo.

It could also have been that some people made the connection to another famous person who was accused of drugging and raping people:

In another video, Cardi B makes some suggestions on how to ‘get back’ at a cheater:

Others are pointing to Cardi’s seeming nemesis, Nicki Minaj:

Eventually, the rapper had to issue an apology.

CARDI B: So I’m seeing on social media that [an Instagram] live I did 3 years ago has popped back up. A live where I talked about things I had to do in my past right or wrong that I felt I needed to do to make a living. I never claim (sic) to be perfect or come from a perfect world wit (sic) a perfect past I always speak my truth I always own my s–t. Im (sic) apart (sic) of a hip hop culture where you can talk about where you come from talk about the wrong things you had to do to get where you are. There are rappers that glorify murder violence drugs an (sic) robbing. Crimes they feel they had to do to survive. I never glorified the things I brought up in that live I never even put those things in my music because I’m not proud of it and feel responsibility not to glorify it. I made the choices that I did at the time because I had very limited options. I was blessed to have been able to rise from that but so many women have not. Whether or not they were poor choices at the time I did what I had to do to survive. The men I spoke about in my life were men that I dated that I was involved with men that were conscious willing and aware. I have a past that I can’t change we all do.

Well, that’s not precisely the claim from an alleged victim.

She admitted to committing crimes and then she blamed it on street culture. That’s so incredibly insulting to those that rise above poverty through hard work, education, and saving while not resorting to crime.

Cardi B admitting to committing crime when she was a stripper in the Bronx should be held to the same account as anyone else who admits to committing drugging, raping, and robbing people.

Let’s leave the Cardi B commentary with this thought:

Amen, brother, amen.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll