BREAKING: Cardi B comes out AGAINST defunding the police

In a now deleted tweet, Cardi B comes out against defunding the police.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

Black Lives Matter activist and outspoken hip hop artist Cardi B took to Twitter Thursday to denounce the popular Democratic ‘defund the police’ movement, calling it "bullsh*t" and emphasized that cops are needed for public safety in a shocking statement.

In a now deleted tweet, Cardi B clapped back at a Twitter user who wrote "defund the police" in response to an earlier tweet from Cardi where she expressed frustrations over an officer-involved shooting that left an armed thirteen-year-old Chicago boy dead last month.

Adam Toledo, who was known in gang circles as "Lil' Homicide" and "Bvby Diablo" died from a gunshot wound by Chicago PD after they responded to calls of “eight shots fired” on a street corner. The Chicago Police Department released footage of the officer-involved shooting early Thursday morning which vindicated the shooting of Toledo.

Albeit the shooting of armed and dangerous teenager Adam Toledo was justified, Cardi B expressed that the video made her upset and she is sick and tired of "police brutality and entitlement."

"That video of that 13 year old falling on his ass after getting shot by a cop is so sick, sad and disgusting. I’m so tired of police brutality & entitlement. We are sooo tired of it. When will it end? like this shit is becoming too much. It’s truly traumatizing," said Cardi B in a Twitter post.

In response to Cardi B’s tweet, a Twitter user named @fentymiletti wrote "defund the police" which sparked a shocking response from the singer and songwriter who is an outspoken critic of police brutality and advocates for strict accountability.

"That’s bullshit to me. We need cops and that’s facts we just need strict laws for cops. If you shot somebody just like civilians you will go to jail that same day, get charge, wait for bond and go to trial," said Cardi B. "That will make you think twice about shooting someone."

The controversial rapper, who in the past used to allegedly drug and rob men, quickly deleted the tweet late Thursday afternoon after it was met with heavy criticism.


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