Cardi B deletes Twitter account after backlash over reuniting with Offset

The rapper informed followers via Instagram Live on Oct. 17 that she's done with Twitter.

Rapper got into several squabbles on social media with her followers last week

Cardi B has deleted her Twitter account just days after revealing that she is back with her husband Offset.

For several days, Cardi B went back and forth with followers who commented that she was either abused or making a mistake to have gotten back with the metro Atlanta rapper, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus. Cardi B filed for divorce from Cephus on Sept. 14 in Fulton County, and several sources said Cephus' repeated cheating led to her decision. The couple had separated previously due to infidelity.

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Cardi B, née Belcalis Almanzar, once again shared her intimate thoughts in an Instagram on Saturday night, explaining that she was frustrated over tweets from followers who were criticizing her and judgment of Offset.

“I’m so tired that because of y’all I’ve gotta continuously explain myself. I didn’t put my divorce out there, a (expletive) court clerk put it out there. And because people are making rumors up, ‘Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant,’ this and that, I have to address it.”

She went on to say the comments against her husband, who is a member of rap group Migos, were unnecessary. Late last week, she told her followers that she only filed for a divorce to teach him a lesson.

“You guys want to be harassing this (expletive). Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this (expletive) Twitter to harass him? That (expletive) don’t make no (expletive) sense,” she said.

The Instagram rant was followed by deleting her Twitter account, which garnered tens of millions of followers, after first sharing why she was having a difficult time going through with divorcing her husband. She talked about it in a previous Instagram Live on Oct. 13.

“It’s hard not to talk to your best friend. It’s really hard not to talk to your best friend,” she said.

She went on to explain the other benefits of their bond and that though their relationship is “dysfunctional," the pressure of being public brings their marital problems more scrutiny.

Speculation of the couple reconnecting began when Offset was spotted at her lavish 28th birthday soiree Oct. 10. The New York native responded to much backlash after the revelation about her relationship on Twitter. She explained Friday morning that she has not changed from her past of being “crazy,” so the expectations from her fans were unwarranted.

“Before I was a celeb I was crazy (expletive) Cardi B...Im still that a lil bit more calm now but still the same .I don’t know why ya expect something different now. This ain’t Disney,” she said in a tweet.

When a fan tweeted she “deserved better,” she responded in a retweet that she deserves what she wants.

It’s unclear if the divorce filings are still valid. A hearing was set for Nov. 4, and at the time the couple was living in a “state of separation.”

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