Cardi B Used to Invite Men Back to Her Hotel Room So She Could Drug & Rob Them

Cardi B in the audience at the 2018 MTV VMAs.
Cardi B in the audience at the 2018 MTV VMAs.

If there are any men that she did this to that want to file charges, I’ll chip in money for the GoFundMe to help you get a lawyer.

According to her expletive-filled Instagram Live post, said to be three years old, Cardi said she used to drug men so that she could rob them. She said this was part of her survival mode during her past life as a stripper, when men would assume that she was also a prostitute.

“I had to go strip,” she said in the video. “I had to go ‘Oh yeah, you wanna (expletive) me? Yeah, yeah, yeah, let’s go back to this hotel.’ And I drugged (expletive) up and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do. Nothing was (expletive) handed to me, my (expletive). Nothing.”

Now that Cardi B’s rich, suing her over something like this could turn into a big payday and since she’s already admitted that she’s done it to men before, the case is already halfway decided in favor of a man that she drugged and robbed.

In a better world, this would destroy her career, but when you’re talking about someone already known mainly for making terrible music and shaking her behind, I doubt it will have a big impact on her.

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