Christians accuse Cardi B of blasphemy and being in the Illuminati after posting photo of new hair
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Cardi B has debuted a new bold look, and, of course, Christians have accused the singer of 'blasphemy'.
The ‘WAP’ rapper recently unveiled her new hair fashioning colorful crosses on her blonde mane with fans absolutely devouring it.
One person wrote: “I LOVE THE HAIR OMGGG I WANT IT.”
Another said: “Best Dressed Female Rapper Since Lil Kim.”
While a third commented: “Perfection.”
However, not everyone was loving a new do.
One particularly fiery Christian accused the ‘Bodak Yellow’ rapper of ‘blasphemy’.
“Stop blaspheming God and Jesus Christ,” they wrote.
To which one user replied: “They can't. It's every mainstream artist's job. It be a part of their contract smh.”
A third simply wrote: “John 3:16.”
While another shared: “They will regret it one day. God is not to be mocked.”
Some also pointed out the hand sign she's doing in one of the pictures and claims it references the Illuminati.
One said: "Not the crosses and 6 over the eye."
But this isn’t the first time conservatives have been rattled by Cardi, as all hell broke loose when the rapper released ‘WAP’ with Megan Thee Stallion in 2020.
James P. Bradley, a Republican congressional candidate from California, was among the first to weigh in.
“Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure,” Bradley wrote.
“Their new ‘song’ The #WAP (which i heard accidentally) made me want to pour holy water in my ears and I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model!”
Former congressional candidate Deanna Lorraine claimed that the song had set ‘feminism’ back by a century.
“Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion just set the entire female gender back by 100 years with their disgusting & vile ‘WAP’ song,” she penned.
While conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro read the lyrics in disgust on his YouTube channel.
“This is what feminists fought for,” Shapiro said.
“This is what the feminist movement was all about. It’s not really about women being treated as independent, full-rounded human beings. It’s about wet-ass p***y word. And if you say anything different you’re a misogynist.”
However, the 30-year-old wasn’t too fazed by her critics, posting to Twitter: “I can’t believe conservatives soo mad about WAP.”
She continued to share fan-made memes about Shapiro’s reaction, which included a Simpsons reference of Smithers covering his eyes while at the strippers.