Ummm…Why Isn´t Everyone Screaming #CancelCardi?

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 25: Cardi B attends the 2017 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

I mean, hasn´t practically everyone else been canceled? 💁

A 3-year-old video of Cardi B admitting to having sex with men, drugging them, and then robbing them has recently resurfaced. However, this video has only been met with mild outrage, highlighting the hypocrisy of the #MeToo Movement.

Cardi B should be criminally charged for her past conduct, just as any man would be. She should lose all of her sponsorships and career opportunities, just as any man would. She should be ostracized for her past behavior, just as any man would be. Afterall, I thought my fellow women wanted equality, not special treatment, which means we should #CancelCardi too. 😑

We can´t pretend that if a video surfaced of a man admitting to doing the exact same thing to women, having sex with them, drugging and then robbing them, not only would this be a trending news topic on CNN and MSNBC, that man would instantaneously lose his career. Why aren´t feminist groups and #MeToo “activists”😑 calling Cardi B out on her past behavior? What is their excuse for turning a blind-eye on her criminal conduct? It doesn´t matter what sort of financial hard times Cardi B was going through at the time, it was unacceptable and llegal for her to drug men and rob them. There´s no need for me to use the word “allegedly” in this case because, again, Cardi said she committed these acts ON VIDEO. She actually posted this online. 🤦‍ Stupid.

Cardi B has referred to Black women as “roaches”, a deceased Black child as a monkey, and has also called Black women monkeys. Her dating Black men and having a child with one doesn´t excuse that behavior, and she should´ve been canceled a long time ago, but I guess she´ll get a pass on this too. So much for equality.

Image Credit: LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 25: Cardi B attends the 2017 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)