Cardi B Calls Out YSL For Racist Experience w/ New York Store Employee: Don’t Delete The Bullsh*T Off The Camera Neither
It looks like Cardi B is pissed off with a luxury store and is calling them out!
Cardi B recently took to her Instagram to let her followers know that she was racially profiled while shopping at a YSL store in New York City. The “Up” rapper shared a photo of an employee and captioned the pic,
“@ysl at 57th street, y’all got this weak a** racist piece of sh*t working at ya’ll store and y’all manager ain’t no better neither…Don’t delete the bullsh*t off the camera neither. I’ll talk about it later or tomorrow on live .. Toodles.”
Not much else has been said about the incident, but from the looks of it, Cardi B will give her followers more information soon.
Cardi B is no stranger to using her social platforms to put people on blast. The New York rapper recently made headlines for calling out people who blamed PnB Rock’s girlfriend for his tragic death.
Following reports that the 17-year-old son of Freddie Trone, who was identified as “a person involved” in PnB Rock‘s murder, had been detained by the Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday(September 28), the Grammy-Award-winning rapper took to Twitter to essentially tell everyone else that she was right and they were wrong. The unnamed teenager reportedly executed the shooting and his father drove the getaway vehicle.
According to reports, the father and son duo were already in Roscoe’s Chicken ‘N Waffles parking lot when the “Luv Me Again” artist arrived. This means that, contrary to what some people may believe, the mother of PnB Rock’s children disclosing their location on Instagram had no bearing on his terrible demise.
In a tweet, Cardi B said,
“Told y’all……Yall must not know how the hood moves …. Y’all owe that girl a apology for the shit y’all put her through knowing that she saw her baby dad die in her face….Social media investigators YALL SUCK!!!!”
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