Cardi B tells fan she hopes her mother dies before deleting her Twitter account

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Cardi B matched some arrogant fans boot for boot on Twitter before she chickened out and deleted her account for good, including her Instagram platform which has millions of followers.

After the Grammys ended and she had nothing to add to her award cabinet the ‘Bodak Yellow’ spitter unleashed her fury on fans after some of them noticed she would not be attending the Grammys despite being nominated for Best Rap Performance for “Up.”

Cardi verbally slammed most of them who took her own for losing it and coming at them instead of exercising restraints as a celebrity.

She even told one fan that she hopes her mom dies in the heat of the beef. The rapper ended up saying quite a few provocative things as well.

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In one of the tweets, where her fan is mocking her about teasing her fans before actually dropping new music, she replied by saying:

Right after the rash decision, more fans came after her as depicted in the comments below;

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Sandra Rashada: To talk about someone’s kids make you lash out and I know she is hurt from her disloyal “ fans”but C’Mon on Cardi “ You the STAR..Why would you say such a terrible thing ,don’t spit nastiness with trash.

Rochelle Quattlebaum: WooooooW STOP 🛑 THIS PEOPLE this is all MADNESS SO MUCH HATE DISRESPECTFUL ACTIONS CRUEL TREATMENT HARSHNESS TALKING ABOUT and toward each other WHAT ARE WE DOING is this REALLY what we’ve BECOME WOW smh

Shalanda Smokes-Belcher: Fans need to stay tf in a fans place.. Periodt… what she said was wrong… However what was said to her to make her respond like that… because you talk about my kids you will get the same reaction.. how they gna be mad because she didn’t go to the Grammys 😳if someone put that much energy into someone else life they need a hobby

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