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Cardi B hits Candace Owens back for calling her "embarrassing" for the Biden interview


Cardi B and Candace Owens waged a war of words on social media Sunday after the conservative commentator described the Grammy-winning rapper as "illiterate" and an "embarrassment" for blacks.

The feud began on Sunday night when 31-year-old Owens posted a clip of her appearance on the Ben Shapiro Show saying Democratic candidate Joe Biden was up for an interview with Cardi B – real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar – got beaten up for Elle last month.

Owens said it was "one of the biggest insults" to black voters that Biden chose to conduct the interview with an "illiterate" person rather than someone who could ask the "tough questions".

The Republican went on to say that the former Vice President "Blacks are stupid" and compared his interview with Cardi B to Donald Trump's interview with Justin Bieber.

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Cardi B (right) and Candace Owens (left) had a tough social media exchange Sunday after the conservative commentator described the Grammy-winning rapper as "illiterate" and an "embarrassment" for blacks.

Owens hit Democratic candidate Joe Biden for participating in an interview with Cardi B - real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - for Elle last month in what she described as the "greatest insult" to black voters

Owens hit Democratic candidate Joe Biden for participating in an interview with Cardi B – real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar – for Elle last month in what she described as the "greatest insult" to black voters

Cardi, 27, caught the wind of Owens' comments and hit them back in a video on Instagram insisting that Biden chose to sit with her because of her far-reaching influence.

"It's no secret that I use my platform to encourage people to vote," Cardi, who previously supported Bernie Sanders, said during the video.

“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 UK, I have the number one song in Australia, I have the number one song in New Zealand.

"Just like I can get millions of people to pop their p ****," she said of her hit single, WAP, "I can get millions of people to go out and vote."

Cardi condemned Owens as a "cheerleader" for Trump and slammed the experts for "being pimped up by white men".

"I don't know what the black guy broke your heart … that you hate your kind so much," Cardi said. "I honestly just feel sorry for you," she said in a separate message.

In the caption to the video, Cardi B wrote: "@realcandaceowens here, I hope these followers that you wanted sooo badly from me make you happy … Now leave me alone … love yourself for me!"

Owens later responded with her own Instagram video claiming Cardi was hurting black America.

"You keep saying you have a number one song – it means s ***," Owens said. »Nobody cares about a song about your & # 39; Wet A ** P **** & # 39 ;. This has nothing to do with black America, and whether you help or hurt. Right now you are hurting Black America. & # 39;

Owens said it was "one of the biggest insults" to black voters that Biden chose to conduct the interview with an "illiterate" person rather than someone who could ask the "tough questions".

Owens said it was "one of the biggest insults" to black voters that Biden chose to conduct the interview with an "illiterate" person rather than someone who could ask the "tough questions".

Cardi, 27, caught the wind of Owens' comments and hit them back in a video on Instagram insisting that Biden chose to sit with her because of her far-reaching influence.

Owens later responded with her own Instagram video claiming Cardi was hurting black America.

Cardi, 27, caught the wind of Owens' comments and hit them back in a video on Instagram insisting that Biden chose to sit with her because of her far-reaching influence. Owens later responded with her own Instagram video claiming Cardi was hurting black America.

The 31-year-old then suggested to Cardi B that her husband, Offset, would statistically be more likely to kill her than a cop.

The back and forth was also broadcast on Twitter and lasted until Monday morning.

Owens accused Cardi of encouraging millions "to vote for the man who imprisoned generations of black men."

“Maybe you go to Google: JOE BIDEN AND 1994 CRIME BILL,” she suggested before adding, “Joe Biden used you. Bernie Sanders used you. Neither of them like or know your music. They think you are stupid. "

The hitmaker replied that Owens, meanwhile, "encourages millions to vote for a man who laughs. Every time a black man (sic) is killed by a cop and tells millions of Americans to drink bleach," one Obvious allusion to the timing of the president asked the White House coronavirus task force to investigate as early as April whether a disinfectant could be injected to treat the coronavirus.

"Trump didn't even let you speak in Republican Congress," Cardi continued. "He thinks you're stupid. MASA has made you dirty, but you're mad at me?"

Cardi was also referring to her sister, Hennessy Carolina, and her sister's friend, who verbally dealt with what she called "racist MAGA supporters". during a recent beach trip to the Hamptons as an example of the ongoing spread of racism in the United States.

Cardi parodied her hit single and also tweeted Owens, who is six months pregnant, writing, "Your baby is singing Wap Wap Wap This Some Dry Ass P ****".

Owens dismissed the comment, writing, “Attacking an unborn child. How much DEMOCRAT of you.

“While I have you – did you know that your party has supported the slaughter of over 18 million black babies since 1973? Did you know that the most unsafe place to have a black child because of YOUR party is in the womb? “She continued.

Owens accused Cardi of encouraging millions "to vote for the man who imprisoned generations of black men." The hitmaker insisted that Owens "encourages millions to vote for a man who laughs every time a black man is killed by a police officer"

Owens accused Cardi of encouraging millions "to vote for the man who imprisoned generations of black men." The hitmaker insisted that Owens "encourages millions to vote for a man who laughs every time a black man is killed by a police officer"

While the two stopped notifying each other directly, both continued to speak about the feud on Monday in a series of tweets and interactions with their followers.

In one such post, Owens hit Cardi B for what she felt was hypocrisy because of the rapper's calls to disappoint the police and criticism of the US in general.

“Never listen to a person who has private security but wants to defuse the public police. Never listen to a multimillionaire who made it here in America, but ruined our country, ”she tweeted on Monday. "These Hollywood idols are scams and lead sheep down ways they never took when they found success."

Cardi B has not yet referred directly to Owen's latest tweet. However, she retweeted a message of support from New York Congressional candidate Ritchie Torres, who wrote, “Thank you Cardi B for exposing (Candace Owens) for the scam she is. You make the Bronx proud. "

Cardi B is currently number one on the music charts of several countries with her controversial single WAP starring Megan Thee Stallion.

During her in-depth conversation with Joe Biden last month, the rapper asked the president hopefully on political issues like the COVID-19 pandemic, police brutality, college affordability and health care.

"I have a whole list of things our next president should do for us," she told Biden. "But first I just want Trump out."

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