Candace Owens and rapper Cardi B feuded on Tuesday for hours after the “WAP” singer was irked by Owens’ criticism of her Grammys performance, which included simulated sex acts with another rapper.
The feud blew up when an agitated Cardi, real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, posted screenshots of a fake tweet and false blog posts about Owens and her family. Owens, host of The Daily Wire talk show “Candace,” shot back that she would “100%” be suing the rapper for the false statements.
In response to a photoshopped tweet designed to look like it was posted by Owens, Cardi B tweeted: “Not you talking about two women thrusting their vaginas together while your husband and brother slap c***s and b***s together .WELL WOULD YOU LOOK AT THAT !wow.”
The fake tweet read, “Yes, my husband did cheat on me with my brother. Yes, he said no when I asked to join them.”
Owens responded, “I am literally laughing out loud. Cardi. My dear. That is clearly a photoshopped tweet. Only one of us has a husband that sleeps around.” Cardi has publicly discussed her husband cheating on her.
In another vulgar post, Cardi insisted the photoshopped tweet was not fake.
“This wasn’t photoshopped you was trending the whole day when you tweeted this and it was published on a lot of blog outlets,” the celebrity claimed. “Your right mine sleeps around yours sleeps at yours sleep at your home with your brother C*** BOXING while you tweet me.”
“What the actual hell are you talking about?” Owens replied. “Are you dead serious right now trying to substantiate a photoshopped tweet? Asking one more time before I get the lawyers to make you publicly admit you’re lying and embarrass yourself.”
“FYI I DO have a brother, a private citizen, who you are slandering right now with this photoshopped image that you are now publicly claiming you saw tweeted in real life,” Owens said. “You want to admit you lied now, or get sued so I can expose you as a liar? I win either way.”
The rapper continued to post false stories about Owens, claiming they were real because they are found on the Internet.
“Not you being mad at me for WHAT YOU TWEETED AND is published on public blogs,” Cardi wrote. “I ain’t made it up honey Google it yourself.”
“This looks like a random blog that seems to have been dumb enough to have fallen for a photoshopped tweet,” Owens responded. “You tweeted that the photoshopped tweet was real and you saw it on a day that I was trending—which is a lie. You made that part up to help circulate a slanderous lie.”
That was enough for Owens.
“Yes. Just spoke with my family. I am 100% suing Cardi for that nonsense,” she announced. “You can’t just start throwing out wild lies against private members of my family because you’re upset someone called [you] out on your degenerate performance. I‘ll keep you all posted.”
“Just @ me next time, directly,” Owens said to Cardi. “You are a cancer cell to culture. Young black girls are having their minds poisoned by what you are trying to package and sell to them as ’empowerment’. I’m one of the few that has courage to tell you the truth. You should thank me.”
In the midst of the feud, Owens told Cardi, “You are insecure and I irk you because I see right through the facade. You are a part of a larger cancer that is manifesting in black culture. There’s no person in America who can look you in the face and honestly say they wish [their] daughters turned out like you.”
“We hear so many women complaining about how men treat women. Cardi B begs the question — how do women treat themselves?” Owens continued. “We can fix black culture, we can’t do it if we keep pretending it’s not broken. That performance was disgusting. Let’s start by calling a spade a spade.”
Seemingly uncomfortable with the discussion at hand, Cardi pulled up a video clip of Owens in the kitchen speaking to followers while she was nine months pregnant. In the video, Owens, tongue in cheek, says she was making a sandwich for her husband “as a woman should do.”
While invoking Owens’ husband’s race, Cardi then accused Owens — a successful author, commentator and activist — of setting a bad example for black women by making her sandwich quip.
“And black women should be more like you? After all the fighting for equality and freedom they should be submissive to a white a man after years of abuse & rape making them a sandwich while pregnant cause in your words ‘that’s what a woman should do’? Interesting,” she wrote.
“Making my husband a sandwich is not submissive. Cooking for your family is not submissive. Yes, a good woman should take care of her family. And yes, a good man does the same. My relationship is healthy. You can’t say the same so maybe take some notes,” Owens responded.
“If you think making your husband a sandwich is a sin, but popping your vagina into another woman’s vagina in front of the world is power — you are a lost soul,” the BLEXIT founder added.
The conservative also noted Cardi’s mentions of her husband being white.
“You always love to mention my husband’s skin tone — so let me ask — what color are the people that are encouraging you to strip in front of the world? Who owns your record labels? Who owns CBS and the GRAMMY’s? Who made the most money off of your WAP? You sold it to who?” Owens questioned.
“I will literally make my husband a sandwich every single day of the week,” she wrote. “You’re struggling right now to change the topic because you are ashamed of your performance, and you should be. You look foolish trying to make your on-stage lesbian simulation about a sandwich.”
“Millions of young girls follow you,” the “Blackout” author said. “At your best, you are self-deprecating and humorous. At your worst, you are naked, shoving your vagina into another woman’s vagina while thrusting atop her. You were at your worst on the Grammy stage. Do better [Cardi B].”
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