Video – Cardi B slams body shamers after she ‘gained a little weight’: ‘A b***h got lipo money’

Cardi B has hit back at trolls who body shamed her for ‘gaining weight’ – and she did it in her own inimitable way, of course. 

Cardi B

The Bodak Yellow star, 27, stepped out in a blue Louis Vuitton bikini to match the blue streak in her hair, as well as a large Louis Vuitton shopping bag and heels as she recorded a video captioned ‘Leave my rolls alone’ for the haters.

She told her followers: ‘I have to do this video because I’m seeing y’all putting this edited Target picture of me looking like a mother**king square…

‘So I have to do this video because yesterday I posted a picture too spicy, and the haters claimed that I was Photoshopping, so now I gotta show y’all this motherf**king body.

‘I know a b***h gained some weight because I have to make the thighs match the motherf**king a**, you know what I’m talking about?

‘But I know you b***hes ain’t talking when you’re shaped like seals and I know you n****s ain’t talking when you got sisters with bison backs and your mothers are shaped like walruses.

‘So I know y’all ain’t bodyshaming me. I know I gained a little weight, I’m actually holding it in ‘cos I ate breakfast, lunch and I ate some ice cream.

‘It doesn’t matter though. A b***h got lipo money. I got lipo money.’

Cardi had also addressed the pictures on her Instagram story, saying: ‘Like y’all think I’m editing it, just ask me for a … I got a little fat.

(Picture: Cardi B/Instagram)

Cardi B says the weight gain is so her thighs ‘match’ her bum (Picture: Cardi B/Instagram)

‘I gained a little weight, you know what I’m saying? It’s all good. Can ask me for a video, I’ll show ya.’

Cardi previously opened up about her body after giving birth to her daughter Kulture, saying last year: ‘I want to explain to people how hard it is to process.

‘I feel like people look at girls on Instagram and go, “Oh, they got their lipo done and it was so easy.”

‘It is just such a long, hard process, almost like the same process as after you give birth to a baby and you see your body change and snapping it back.’