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People shocked at Cardi B’s reaction to Greta Thunberg following Andrew Tate arrest

People shocked at Cardi B’s reaction to Greta Thunberg following Andrew Tate arrest

Social media users were not happy about the side she appeared to take.

Cardi B has shocked social media users with her response to Andrew Tate and Greta Thunberg's Twitter spat following the former's arrest for suspected human trafficking.

Tate, 36, took umbrage with the climate change activist, 19, after she suggested that he has a small penis when he told her about his extensive car collection.

Tate was then later arrested after he released a video of himself responding to Thunberg that saw him receive two pizzas from a Romanian company.

Tate, alongside his younger brother, Tristan, 34, was arrested as part of an investigation into alleged involvement in human trafficking.

A court has now agreed that Tate will be held in detention in Romania for 30 days.

Prosecutors told Reuters: "The four suspects ... appear to have created an organised crime group with the purpose of recruiting, housing and exploiting women by forcing them to create pornographic content meant to be seen on specialised websites for a cost."

It is widely believed that the arrest was made possible because Tate showed that he had ordered pizzas from Jerry’s Pizza, a Romanian chain, confirming to authorities that he was in the country.

This prompted Cardi B, 30, to share a picture of Thunberg on Twitter in the early hours of the morning GMT, with the caption 'IDC' - presumably meaning 'I don't care'.

Cardi B reacted to Greta Thunberg appearing to accidentally facilitate Andrew Tate's arrest.
Twitter / @iamcardib

Because of the nature of the investigation into Tate, Cardi's apparent criticism of Thunberg left Twitter users in shock.

This did not go down well with Twitter users, who were quick to make their upset at Cardi's reaction known.

Reacting to the post, one Twitter user slammed: "You're in the same boat as Tate, we don't like you either. Stop riding waves."

A second wrote: "Wym by this? Bc if you're against her. That’s very concerning."

A third remarked: "Cardi, I'm a fan of yours but I don't get this."

Meanwhile, a fourth responded with a meme of Thunberg making a peace sign over Tate's grave.

One user responded to Cardi B with a meme about the incident.
Twitter / @thegoldentrio_3

Other users then pointed out the fact that Cardi herself has previously been accused of criminal activity.

Back in 2019, the rapper hit out at critics after a video surfaced of her admitting to drugging and robbing men, the BBC reports.

She made the revelations in an Instagram live video, explaining that her criminal behaviour took place while she was working as a stripper.

The rapper wrote: "Whether or not they were poor choices at the time, I did what I had to do to survive."

"I never claimed to be perfect or come from a perfect world."

This was not forgotten by Twitter users, with one writing: "Didn't you drug men and then proceed to rob them?"


UNILAD has reached out to representatives for Cardi B and Andrew Tate for further comment.

Featured Image Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Celebrity, News, Cardi B