Cardi B Responds To The Backlash Against Her Rita Ora Collaboration, 'Girls'

Cardi B Responds To The Backlash Against Her Rita Ora Collaboration, 'Girls'

The song - which features chart-topping artists Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX - aims to project female empowerment, while discussing themes of bisexuality and self-love.

Cardi B took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to shed light on her intentions and even offered up some information about her past relationships with women.

In her letter, Rita said, "I have had romantic relationships with women and men throughout my life" and that she "would never intentionally cause harm to other LGBTQ+ people or anyone". "I just gotta rape your face sometimes", Cardi said if someone isn't doing a good job.

"Every artist on the song is fantastic, and very much loved and supported by me... by all of us", she wrote, "but this isn't about talent.it's about choice", she said adding, "I have an incredible song out with one of the artists, and would love to work with the other three as well". "I apologize for that.Not everybody knows the correct 'terms 'to use.I learned and i stopped using it".

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"I know i have use words before that i wasn't aware that they are offensive to the LGBT community".

"I don't need to drink wine to kiss girls; I've loved women all my life", she wrote.

People have begun to hate on Cardi for her ignorant comments.

The "Bodak Yellow" singer took the moment to also apologize for her past use of gay slurs, loosely referencing a controversy previous year when her fiancé Offset used the phrase "I can not vibe with queers" in a freestyle verse and she defended him. Looking forward, I hope that continuing to express myself through my art will empower my fans to feel as proud of themselves as I'm learning to feel about who I am'. "I personally myself had experiences with other woman, shiieeett with a lot of woman!" In a statement Cardi released on Twitter on May 15, the Bronx rapper explained how holding on to stereotypes was not her intention.

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