Cardi B has spoken out against trolls criticizing her for having plastic surgery.
The “Clout” rapper used Instagram to share a video of her ranting about the “s—” she gets for having cosmetic work done and called for women to start “uplifting each other.”
She captioned the clip: “Am I bugging? Women talk about uplifting each other, but are we really uplifting each other?”
She then fumed: “Let me tell you somethin’: I don’t like talkin’ s— about [a] b—-‘s body because I remember the struggle, baby.
“I remember when I had no mother—-in’ t—es, and I remember when I had a fun-size a–.
“I only come at people about their body when they’re talking s— about me.”
The 26-year-old star – who has 12-month-old daughter Kulture with husband Offset – then blasted “natural b—-es” who are judgemental despite having “gotten their bodies done.”
She continued: “Y’all going to be like ‘Oh, she thinks she all that because she got her body done.’
“But you ain’t going to talk about how you were saying under her comments, ‘Oh b—-, don’t go to the ocean or you going to kill all the whales with your mother—-in’ plastic a– body b—-.’
“I bet you ain’t going to say that.”
The Hustlers star then brought up her “natural” sister and said she would never dream of dissing another woman because she is jealous of her modified appearance.
She concluded: “My sister – she a natural.
“She got small t—ies.
“She got a little cute a–. She ain’t hating on the next b—h because she know if she want it, she could get. “So y’all talking s— about these b—-es’ bodies because you want it, or what? ‘Cause it sounds like you hatin’.”
The “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker has been open about going under the knife and in May she was forced to postpone a number of concerts when she realized she had been overzealous in trying to head back to work straight after having undergone liposuction to help her regain her pre-pregnancy body.
She has since returned to the gym and recently admitted she doesn’t want to go under the knife again.
She tweeted: “I been working out for the past 2 weeks cause bi##h I ain’t getting surgery again but let me tell you I haven’t got a headache ever since.”
The “Please Me” rapper had also slammed her critics who hit out at her for the decision to ax her gigs and said she could “do whatever the f—” she wanted with her body.
On an Instagram Live video, she said: “I do whatever the f— I want to do with my body, I don’t have the time of day like you do. My job as an entertainer is a 24-hour job, bro. So no, I don’t have time to work out. I wanted specific things that I know that no matter how much I work out won’t get fixed.”