Rapper Offset expressed his undying support for his baby mama, rapper Cardi B, who was canceled by the Black community last week after she admitted to drugging and robbing men.
Cardi is under fire for admitting she targeted strip club patrons in a scheme to drug and rob her male customers. Former fans and celebrities have weighed in on the controversy, comparing the 26-year-old Bronx native to R. Kelly and Harvey Weinstein, who are under investigation for sexual misconduct involving multiple women.
But her husband, Migos rapper Offset showed his support for the mother of his youngest daughter, Kulture Kiari.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Offset wrote in all caps: "RIDE OR DIE FOREVER LOVE YOU NO MATTER WHATS GOING ON LOVE YOU BEST MOTHER AND HUSTLER I KNOW."
Cardi has apologized on social media, defending her criminal behavior as a desperate act to make ends meet during her hand-to-mouth stripper days.
A man who claims he was victimized by the former stripper came forward to tell his story.
Kevin Smith tells lfrsoultions.com he was drugged and robbed by the Grammy-winning rapper. He said the incident occurred 5 years ago in New York City, where he met Cardi at a strip club.
"I meet Cardi, I'm feeling her and convinced her to come back to the room with me to have a drink. I'd been drinking already so I had to piss, I slid to the bathroom and came back and finished off my drink. Last thing I remembered was she was twerking on me, music blasting and that was it."
Smith said he woke the next morning and saw a used condom on the floor of the hotel room. He said $850, a Louis Vuitton belt and his iPod Touch were missing.
"I tried calling her several times but i soon realized she gave me a google voice number. I know she did it but I couldn't prove it so I never went to file charges mainly because I did not want my fiancée at the time to know what had happened so I took my 'L'. I can’t lie, it was certainly traumatizing and, as a man, you never want to admit you were taken advantage of. No man wants to say #MeToo".
Smith still has time to press charges, since the statute of limitation has not expired for grand theft and robbery in NY.