Cardi B deleted her Twitter page again after fans rejected her plans to release a line of dolls rather than a new album.
Cardi previously deleted her Twitter page in October, after teenage trolls criticized her for taking her cheating husband, Offset, back.
Her Twitter page isn't actually deleted -- it is only hidden. But Twitter will deleted her page permanently if she doesn't reactivate it within 30 days.
On Friday, the Bronx rapper expressed disappointment that fans rejected her plans to expand her business empire like Jay Z.
In a livestream video on Instagram stories, Cardi complained that music videos take a month to produce, while a new album takes even longer.
Cardi wants to get to the cash flow NOW by dropping dolls "that look like me," and she doesn't get why her fans won't let her be great.
She explained that music doesn't pay the bills -- particularly since streaming sales of new music online are at historic lows.
The 28-year-old rapper deleted her Twitter page then complained that her fans are "harassing" her for a new album.
"People don't get rich, like -- look at Jay Z -- people don't just get rich off music," she said. "I gotta venture off to do something, to do other business ventures. It's f---ing wack every time I do a business venture, you got people harassing me for a album."
Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.
Ungrateful rappers like Cardi fail to recognize that fans are fickle. They will dump her like yesterday's leftovers and move on to a new artist.
Listen to her rant below.