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Cardi B Claps Back At Twerk Deficient Stephanie Hamill

Source: Kevin Mazur / Getty

When will these Conservative Beckys learn Cardi B has time.  First Tomi Lahren got ethered by the “Bodak Yellow” rapper, and now Stephanie Hamill is Bardi’s latest victim after she dared question the rapper’s appearance in bootylicious visual for the City Girl’s single “Twerk.”

Cardi’s name has been ringing bells in the Conservative world after she accurately called out Agent Orange for shutting down the government for his struggle wall. The “Money” rapper had MAGA soldiers ears ringing after her eloquent breakdown of the situation with Hamill being the next person to try the Bronx native.

Hamill’s stupid Tweet disguised in the name of “feminism” and the #MeToo movement dared to ask Cardi B how does the “Twerk” video empower women? Inviting the rapper and “leftists” to chime in, not realizing she has no idea who she is messing with.

Cardi, not one to bite her tongue blasted back at the Trumper stating:

“It says to women that I can wear and not wear whatever I want,” Cardi tweeted back, “do [whatever] I want and that NO still means NO. So Stephanie chime in..If I twerk and be half-naked, does that mean I deserve to get raped and molested? I want to know what a conservative woman like you thinks.”

Cardi immediately followed up in another Tweet pointing out all of the criticism she has been receiving since chiming in on the government shutdown.

Hamill, of course, couldn’t leave well enough alone and responded back agreeing with Cardi that “no means no, no matter what” but stuck by ridiculous stance. She even admitted in her retort possibly being a hater because she can’t twerk and followed that up with an invite to her show to debate the topic.

As expected many came to Cardi’s defense including fellow rapper and Tomi Lahren critic Wale who accurately pointed that Hamill’s point “made no sense” and that she should just admit to being “jealous” of Cardi’s “coordination and rhythm.”

Salute to Cardi for always keeping it real.

Photo: Kevin Mazur / Getty

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