Reacting to a leak of fake nudes early this week, rapper Cardi B took to Instagram to show off her real body. The rapper bared it all, wearing a barely-there bikini as she bent over to show off various parts of her anatomy.
Cardi B decided that showing her followers the "real thing" was the only way for her to respond to the fake nudes that are currently circulating online. In the video, she points to her genitals and reveals quite a bit about her body, informing the viewers about the authenticity of her assets.
Talking about the photos and pointing to her parts, she says, "That ain't my p*ssy, my p*ssy right here. This is where I birthed my daughter from. This part right here is just my ass."
Cardi B is known for not caring about what people think and isn't shy about letting people know it. Before fame, the rapper worked as an exotic dancer.
She goes on to explain, "You know when you got a fat ass, this part right here, this the part that gives the d*ck comfort." We appreciate her honesty!
Cardi continues to say, "If y'all wanted to see me you should have come and see me when I was a f***ing stripper, now too bad." This isn't the first time Cardi B has gone on a social media rant. She caught heat a few months ago after she ranted about "drugging and robbing" men during her time as a dancer.
Political leaders in Quebec have spoken out about the shooting in Montreal on Monday, August 2. Three people were killed and two others were injured.
Premier François Legault and Minister of Public Security and Deputy Premier Geneviève Guilbault both referred to the incident as "worrying," while Mayor Valérie Plante added that "gun violence must stop."
Une enquête est en cours sur les événements d'hier à Rivière-des-Prairies. Que des fusillades surviennent chez nous… https://t.co/0DXKVMsA7B
In a tweet on Tuesday morning, Premier François Legault reacted to the shooting. He wrote, "an investigation is underway into yesterday's events in Rivière-des-Prairies. It is disturbing and worrying that shootings are happening in our area. My condolences to the relatives of the victims. We are going to protect Montrealers and Quebecers."
Geneviève Guilbault also added to the conversation in a tweet that said, "we offer our condolences to the loved ones of the victims of the shooting in Montreal yesterday. Recent events are worrying. We have invested significant sums in the fight against violence and our teams of @secpubliqueqc continue to work with our partners."
The mayor of Montreal, Valérie Plante, spoke out about the matter. She tweeted, "like the people of Montreal, I am shocked by yesterday's shooting in RDP. Gun violence must stop. The safety of Montrealers is an unconditional priority. Our team is fully mobilized and works with the @SPVM to find the culprits."
The investigation remains ongoing.
This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.
Can't make it to the Bas Saint-Laurent this summer? No problem. The city's latest culinary catch, Pincette, is landing in Old Montreal.
Led by Chef Khelil Ben Ammar formerly of Nelligan and Su, and "inspired by Montreal's vibrant culinary scene," the new Montreal lobster bar aims to "bring the East Coast experience to Montreal," according to a press release shared with MTL Blog.
The décor sets the scene. The dining room evokes an elevated lobster shack with a "chic Montreal-European vibe." It even has charming lobster trap light fixtures.
Among the mouthwatering menu items are lobster mac n' cheese, a lobster roll, lobster poutine and a lobster club sandwich, as well as many other seafood treats and dishes (gotta highlight the cod fritters!).