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Cardi B vented her anger and frustration at young voters on social media after presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders announced he was dropping out of the race on Wednesday, April 8.

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper lashed out at her social media followers who didn't show up at the polls to support her candidate.

The hitmaker took it personally and said she was "very upset with everybody", noting that the overwhelming support Sanders received online did not match the results at the polls.

"I see a lot of young people on the Internet always lying ... y'all motherf**kers, y'all young motherf**kers," she said. "Y'all wasn't voting, y'all wasn't voting, what the f**k was up with that?"

Cardi said the people who do vote are older and focused on different issues, such as border security, illegal immigration, and men in women's restrooms.

"Those are the people that are voting! Those are the people that are voting and because of that, that means Bernie is out of the motherf**king race!" Cardi screamed.

The mom-of-one met with Sanders on several occasions throughout the course of his campaign, and he even supported her desire to go into politics herself.

"Cardi B is deeply concerned about what's happening in the country," Sanders told TMZ. "She knows what it’s like to live in poverty and struggle, and it would be great for her to bring that experience to politics."

Sanders' withdrawal leaves former Vice President Joe Biden as the apparent Democratic nominee in the 2020 U.S. presidential election which will take place in November.