Ed Lover says that he’s worried about Cardi B after the rapper posted about suicide on social media, last week. Addressing the incident on his C’Mon Son! podcast, Lover shared his advice for Cardi amid her mental health struggles.
“You mean to tell me you nasty motherf*ckin’ little b*tches and n****s affected Cardi that much, that you make her want to put a bullet in her head?” he said. “That scares me. It scares me. Cardi, take your time, and get your mental right.”
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US rapper Cardi B performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on September 12, 2023. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP) (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images)
Cardi had been getting into it with fans on social media throughout the week. When one user wrote that she’s “the only Mexican I know that don’t work hard,” Cardi lashed out, writing: “Hope you and ur mom die.” After facing more criticism for that post, she later wrote: “I just want to put a bullet in my head.” Check out Lover’s reaction to the post below.
Ed Lover Shares Advice For Cardi B
Cardi eventually deleted the post and addressed her mental health on Instagram Live. “When I burst, I’m very outspoken,” she said. “When I get into one of my bad moments, I will literally curse everybody out, and I’ll be f*ckin’ like, ‘I want you to die. B*tch, I wanna die. I don’t give a f*ck!’ Because that’s just how I’ll be feeling in the moment. I was just very overwhelmed yesterday, I was very sad. And, I don’t know — I feel like I was just having such a good week, and then, when I got home, and I started paying attention to so much shit that people were saying about me, and all the funny sh*t about me … I just started getting upset about it.” Be on the lookout for further updates on Cardi B on HotNewHipHop.
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