Cardi B Reveals Offset To Sue Troll Over Cheating Allegations  


Cardi B is threatening legal action against a troll who claimed to have evidence that Offset cheated on the NYC rap star. 

On Sunday evening (August 20), an X (formerly Twitter) account which appears to be a Nicki Minaj stan page, shared a post accusing the Migos rapper of infidelity. The user ayywalker shared a voice note purportedly of Offset agreeing to hook up with a woman who was not his famous wife. He also shared an image of the “Jealousy” hitmaker, allegedly caught in the act.  

“Offset has allegedly cheated on Cardi B once again How embarrassing,” they wrote alongside the post. However, many in the replies noticed something was off and suspected the recording was AI-generated.  

The post gained traction, and Cardi B soon caught wind of the allegations. She shut them down a day later in a since-deleted voice note, exposing the flaws in the so-called receipts. Cardi also claimed to have located the user’s father and promised he will be hearing from Offset’s lawyer with a lawsuit.  

The Grammy Award-winning rapper claimed the man pictured is too skinny to be her husband. Cardi B also pointed out that Offset has blonde tips on his dreads.  

“So you guys are going to receive a letter from his lawyer,” she stated. “Because all these little games that you guys want to play online – it’s going to be over with.”  

She added,“You’re going to be getting sued, and we’re going to make an example out of you. Yeah, and, that was a terrible AI voice by the way so yeah mxm bye.”    

Cardi B Denies Offset Cheating Allegations

Although Cardi B has since deleted her voice note, she does not appear to be backing down.  

“Cardi just copyrighted my tweet,” ayywalker wrote a day after sharing his initial post. “Btch you mad at me when you need to be mad at the ngga that’s CHEATING ON YOU!! 

The content in the original post accusing Offset of cheating on Cardi B has been removed. “This media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner,” the post now reads.