On October 14, 2020, there was a lot of drama on social media after the rapper Cardi B leaked her private photo on her Instagram (IG) story. People were making fun of Cardi B’s Instagram story photo with memes and funny comments.
50 Cent has also joined the conversation and reacted to Cardi B’s IG story leaked photo. Reacting to Cardi B, 50 CENT shared the Screenshots of Cardi B’s Instagram story (the photo which leaked and her explanation) and wrote:
” I know I’m late, I be missing sh*t. She was lit man it was her birthday. Moving right along, pick a color now this a make a b**ch want to show a T**y. LOL. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”50 CENT’s reaction over Cardi B’s leak
Cardi B’s leaked photo, which was accidentally posted on her Instagram story, shows Cardi B laying down while revealing her upper body. The leaked photo has sparked a flood of memes and comments and people were enjoying the situation.
However, a large number of people stood in the support of Cardi B also. See the tweets, below.
Earlier on Wednesday, Cardi B has explained about her leaked photo on her Instagram story by a note posted on her IG story. Cardi B wrote:
“I did post no story about me suing nobody… nobody to be sued for… it was my F**k up.. sh*t happens.”Cardi B’s response over her leaked Instagram story photo
Later on in a voice note shared on her Twitter account, Cardi B explained further by saying:
“Lord, why the f**k you have to make me so f*ckin‘ stupid? … Why? Why, why, why?” she said in the note. “You know what? I’m not even gonna beat myself up about it. I’m just gonna eat my breakfast. I’m just gonna eat my breakfast, right? I’m gonna eat my breakfast and then I’m gonna go to a party. Because I’m not even gonna think about it. I am not going to think about it, OK? No, I’m not. I won’t. It is what it is. Shit happened. Um, f**k it. It’s not even the first time. I mean, I used to f**kin‘ be a stripper, so whatever. Ay dios mio.”
Curtis James Jackson III, better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is an American rapper, songwriter, television producer, actor, and entrepreneur. Known for his impact in the hip-hop industry, he has been described as a “master of the nuanced art of lyrical brevity.”
Born: July 6, 1975 (age 45 years), South Jamaica, New York, United States
Full name: Curtis James Jackson III