After a week of defending herself from critics calling her “rapist” and accusing her of “blackfishing,” Cardi B’s suicidal tweet over the weekend left the world alarmed, leading them to wonder about the state of her mental health.
On Sunday morning, the rapper turned to Twitter with a considerably alarming tweet wishing for death. And though she deleted it within seconds, the disturbing message was up long enough for fans to screenshot it.
Cardi B’s suicidal tweet inspired her followers and even fellow musicians to get the hashtag #WeLoveYouCardi to trend around the world, sharing messages of love and support to the Bodak Yellow hitmaker.
The female rapper has been under fire ever since a video resurfaced of her admitting to previously drugging and rubbing men while she worked as a stripper before finding fame.
“Whether or not they were poor choices at the time, I did what I had to do to survive,” Cardi defended herself. “I made the choices that I did at the time because I had very limited options […] I never claimed to be perfect or come from a perfect world.”
While Cardi B’s suicidal tweet was followed by happier interactions with her fans on Twitter, it’s clear the rapper is unhappy—and we sure don’t like it like that.