Cardi B, the dynamic rapper, took to social media to address recent controversies with her fanbase, the "Bardi Gang." Decked in a white jacket and an N95 mask, she shared a bold "PSA" on X (formerly Twitter) on December 31.
In her candid message, she revealed an incident where she strongly admonished her fans, only to find herself on a billboard in Times Square the next day. Humorously contemplating whether it's a form of Stockholm syndrome or just a unique and somewhat toxic relationship, Cardi B made it clear that Bardi Gang remains an integral part of her journey.
She boldly stated:
""Either way, it just goes to show you that if you're not Bardi Gang, you should mind your f*ing business. Oh, you thought they were going to leave me? Awww. They ain't goin' nowhere, b**! They ain't goin' nowhere! And neither am I. I love you!""- Cardi B
In a subsequent post, she admitted to enjoying the intense interaction with her fanbase, but hinted at leaving that attitude behind in the coming year. Cardi B, always candid, wrapped up with, "Now have a good day. No, make it a bad day!"
This candid social media moment unfolded after Cardi B and Offset, her estranged husband, were seen together in New York City on December 28. The sighting fueled speculation about a potential reconciliation, especially as they navigated an increasingly complex separation. Despite efforts to avoid being seen together, photos surfaced of the duo in the same store, sparking further intrigue among fans.
Cardi B, known for her unfiltered and entertaining social media presence, continues to keep her followers on their toes with her unpredictable yet engaging interactions.