Cardi B’s brief run as a top pop/rapper is apparently over. The outspoken Bronx rapper angered social media users when she admitted to drugging and robbing men in hotel rooms during her days as a stripper.

In a now-deleted video on social media, Cardi responded to social media users who said she didn’t put in work to get her bag.

“For a b-tch to say that I don’t muthaf–ing deserve it because I don’t put in no f—ing work – that’s when I say ni–as is bugging. ‘Cause I did it myself. Ni–as must have forgotten, my ni–a, the sh-t that I did… like, you want to f— me? Yea yea yea, let’s go to this hotel. And I drugged ni–as up, and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do.”

Outraged Twitter users demanded to know why Cardi B isn’t being dragged for admitting to drugging and robbing defenseless men. They pointed out comedian Bill Cosby who is in prison for doing the same thing to unsuspecting women.

Cardi is reeling from the social media backlash on Monday. One Twitter user wrote: “Your fave admits to drugging and robbing men in the past. Now let’s imagine if a male rapper admitted this sh-t”.

The hashtags #CardiBisOver and #CardiBisCancelled trended all weekend on

In an earlier video, Cardi admitted she hears voices. The 26-year-old mom-of-one said the voices often distract her from interacting with her fans which is unusual and indicative of an underlying mental disorder.

Auditory hallucinations (hearing voices that are not your own) is associated with many different psychological disorders, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

The voices (and other symptoms) can be controlled with psychotropic medications.