Cardi B Threatens Legal Action Against Offset's Hackers

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"I'm just going to make things positive out of a bad situation", she tweeted Tuesday afternoon (Dec. 26).

The videos that leaked last Friday included a clip of Cardi dancing naked as well as a video of a different woman walking around a hotel room au naturel ostensibly shot by Offset himself. Though the recent cheating allegations that have surfaced this past weekend have definitely invited controversy around her relationship with her fiancé, Offset from Migos.

Rap newcomer Cardi B is threatening legal action against hackers who leaked nude videos of the star online. Since being found her Instagram has been flooded with comments related to Cardi and Offset.

But it seems Cardi was keen to poke fun at people trying to drag her down by circulating her naked videos.

'I still put the p****y on Offset, ' she told her social media followers on Christmas day. "You gotta give a whole hour".as Offset's back there thrusting away. "Yaaa can't be that slow (sic)". "You know there's videos of me stripping with my titties & a** out on YouTube already right?"

Rapper Cardi B accepts the award for 'Hustler of the Year' onstage during the BET Hip Hop Awards 2017 at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
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However, it appears the couple aren't here to entertain the rumours any time soon, as, shortly after the news broke, they leaked a video in which they were seen simulating sex.

Meanwhile, Cardi has also shrugged off allegations of Offset's infidelity.

At one point, Cardi says: "I don't got no more in me left". Y'all won't let anyone successful keep their past in the past'.

Not only did the song go triple-platinum, but it also knocked Taylor Swift's coveted Look What You Made Me Do off the top of the Billboard Hot 100; She was also nominated for two Grammy Awards.

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