SORRY TO THIS MAN!: Cardi B’s Reps Deny Any Gang Affiliation Made By Tekashi SnitchNine
19.09.19

A rep for Cardi B says the accusations made by Tekashi 6ix9ine aren’t true.

Earlier today, during day 3 of his ongoing trial, Tekashi 6ix9ine testified that Bronx superstar rapper Cardi B had ties to the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. The news,  sent shockwaves around the industry, with most people & artists laughing at Tekashi’s snitching ass, but regardless of the situation, a rep for Cardi denies any involvement to the gang.

Billboard reports that a rep from Atlantic Records has denied any affiliation between Cardi and the blood gang. They didn’t reveal any type of quote that might’ve been shared, but apparently that it’s not true at the end of the day.

Following the statement, Cardi B seemingly had a message for 6ix9ine and the public but she didn’t need to talk — she let her “Hustlers” co-star send the message for her. Over the past few days, you may have seen the Keke Palmer meme from an interview with Vanity Fair where she says, “I hate to say it. I hope I don’t sound ridiculous. I don’t know who this man is. I mean, he could be walking down the street, I wouldn’t — I wouldn’t know a thing.” Although she didn’t leave a caption, it seems pretty obvious that the meme was sent in response to 6ix9ine yappin’ in court.

Like the rest of us, Cardi was likely caught by surprise that she, somehow, ended up involved in one of the most high profile cases of the year. She shared another meme right before the Keke Palmer one, captioned, “Mood.” Check that below. 

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MOOD :😒

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