Candace Owens announced she will sue Cardi B after the rapper tweeted a fake tweet from saying Owens’ husband cheated on her with her brother.
As the two sparred over Twitter, their spat drew more attention when Cardi B posted a fake photo of Owens apparently claiming her husband cheated on her with her brother. “Yes, my husband did cheat on me with my brother,” the photoshopped tweet from Owens read. “Yes, he said no when I asked to join them.” Throughout a series of tweets, Owens and Cardi B argued whether the post was real or photoshopped, as other Twitter users joined the debate. “Bingo. And rather than own that she fell for it- she doubled down,” Owens said, responding to one user’s tweet. The user had pointed out that if the tweet had really been from Owens herself, it would not have said “view tweet activity,” since users cannot see the activity of other people’s tweets.
“Just spoke with my family. I am 100% suing Cardi for that nonsense,” the conservative pundit wrote on Twitter. “You can’t just start throwing out wild lies against private members of my family because you’re upset someone called your out on your degenerate performance,” Owens continued. “I’ll keep you all posted.” Earlier this week, Owens blasted Cardi B for “poisoning minds” with her raunchy Grammys WAP performance. The rapper then responded: “I’m going to thank Candy. She put my performance on Fox News that boosted the views on YouTube and is counting towards my streams and sales.” Owens and Fox News host Tucker Carlson rebuked Cardi B’s “WAP” performance at the Grammys on Monday night. The conservative pundit later tweeted Cardi B to emphasize her disgust: “You are a cancer cell to culture” [FOX].
“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.” But Cardi B just bit back, tweeting: “Yaaaayyyyyyy We made Fox News guys !!! Wap wap wap.” Owens also told the rapper on Twitter: “The reason my comments always get you into your feelings is because deep down, you know what I am saying is true. “You are in a position to empower young women to aspire to something more than taking off their clothes but you don’t feel you can be more.”
“We’ve seen going to the supermarket as a traumatizing experience,” Owens continued. “We’ve lost Aunt Jemima last year, we’ve lost Land O’Lakes butter last year. We’ve lost Uncle Ben and his rice last year because everything is so traumatizing for children to look at.” As she spoke, a video of the WAP performance appeared before her and Carlson, showing again the two singers on a bed. “Virtually, what we were looking at last night was a lesbian sex scene being simulated on television, and this is considered feminist,” she said of the performance. “This feels more sinister. This is starting to me to seem like it’s not even left or right, it’s not a political issue,” Owens added. “This seems like an attack on American values, American traditions, and you’re actually actively trying to make children aspire to things that are grotesque,” she ended. “We are celebrating perversity in America” [Daily Caller].
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