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Cardi B Calls Out 'White Twink' Stans & Their Social Media Behavior

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Cardi B is fed up with Twitter stans.

The "WAP" rapper took to social media to express her frustration with online stans who complain every time she puts out new music. And she pointed to a very specific type of stan.

"White twinks on this app are weird," Cardi tweeted yesterday morning. "You don’t dictate people’s actions."

She later doubled down, saying, "I said what I said and I’m not taking it back!!! Ya love to hide behind Black female artist pictures on your avi and be the ones saying the most disrespectful shit about women & dictating their moves and start wars between female artist fans ALWAYS!"

It seems right now, online stans are attacking Cardi because of her new collaboration with Normani, "Wild Side," which comes out later tonight.

Cardi has had several run-ins with online armies of stans, whether they be Barbz, Arianators, or her own Bardi Gang. Back in 2018, after Cardi B’s husband Offset cheated on her, he surprised her at one of her shows in an attempt to win her back. The Bardi Gang was having none of it.

When many of Cardi’s tens of millions of fans started calling Offset "manipulative" and "abusive," she defended him. "Violating my baby father is not gonna make me feel better, ‘cause at the end of the day, that’s still family," she said in an Instagram video calling out her stans.

Stans have also caused her trouble during her long-standing beef with fellow rapper Nicki Minaj, often attacking Cardi when they perceive her as slighting Nicki.

Overall, it seems Cardi just wants peace between the warring twinks and celebs. She had one more tweet for everyone paying attention. "Now let’s be nice shall we? Let’s experience greatness and gagging sessions in peace," she wrote.

There is currently no statistical information on what percentage of online stans are white twinks.

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