Cardi B defended her husband on Instagram on Tuesday, shortly after his account was hacked and he was accused of sending a flirty direct message to Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s girlfriend, Jade.
In a video posted earlier this afternoon, the ‘I Like It’ rapper sat beside Offset, 27, and confirmed to her followers that his Instagram account had been hacked before standing up for the “Clout” rapper.
“Babe, I know you done some dumb s—, everybody know he’s done some dumb s—, but c’mon, n—s ain’t dumb, n—s ain’t crazy,” she said, referencing previous rumors of Offset’s infidelity.
“We’ve been so good, we had a sweet weekend, life has been good,” Cardi went on. “That’s why I ain’t getting no rowdy. Simple as that. Okay, love you guys.”
Cardi captioned the video: “We look crazy …don’t mind us y’all we both sick and just woke up …anyways we not going to entertain bulls—.”
Cardi also made it clear that she did not believe the cheating accusations and that they were likely a result of the hacker gaining access to Offset’s account by posting two additional videos.
In one, Cardi recorded herself as Offset and a friend of theirs attempted to log on to his account and report the issue to Instagram. “Just woke up and we dealing with this shit,” she captioned one of the videos.
“INSTAGRAM” she captioned another clip that showed her attempting to get a recovery link sent to Offset’s email.
The videos came shortly after Offset, who shares 16-month-old daughter Kulture Kiari with Cardi, was accused of flirting with a woman named Jade, who is also the girlfriend of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine who is currently incarcerated.
Posting a video to her own Instagram account, Jade recorded herself opening her direct messages on her phone to find one from Offset’s verified account. The flirty message, sent at 1:36 a.m., read “Miss u fr [for real]”.
In the caption of her post, Jade slammed Offset, called out Cardi and even used the rapper’s line from her 2019 single “Backin’ It Up” with Pardison Fontaine to get her point across.
The Migos rapper was not only hacked on Instagram but on Twitter too. Although all the posts have now been deleted, the rapper’s page was flooded with homoerotic uploads about enjoying sexual acts with other men. It was very clear that he had been hacked when a flurry of posts appeared on his timeline, reading: “I’m gay y’all,” and “Balls in my face.”
The couple tied the knot in September 2017. By December 2018, Cardi announced on Instagram that she and Offset had split following rumours of his infidelity.