Cardi B posted a bounty on a man's head on Instagram last night. The Bronx rapper asked her 81 million followers to identify a man in New York City, but she did not say why she wants him.
In a grammatically correct post, she captioned an image of a balding white man: "Anybody knows this man from New York? I'm looking for him... You tried it BUDDY!!! I'm giving a reward For any info that helps capture this man!"
So far, no one seems to know the identity of the man in her comments section.
Hopefully nothing bad happens to the guy or Cardi may be on the hook for harassment/stalking charges.
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Recently, Shawn Mendes expressed his frustration and anger about anti-heterosexual bullies in the LGBT+ community who insist he is same-sex oriented and he should just come on out of the closet.
The 22-year-old Canadian singer said he can't go online without being taunted by trolls who insist they know he's on the down low.
No one speaks up for heterosexuals like Shawn who are harassed daily for not being same-sex oriented.
His ordeal sparked a debate on social media about whether heterosexuals have the right to complain when members of the LGBT+ community have been harassed, assaulted and killed for being who they are.
Social media influencer Jay Versace, who is best know for his comedy skits on YouTube and Instagram, shared his views from a Black LGBT male perspective.
In a now-deleted tweet, Jay complained about straight Black men who "sit around all day" and "bully everyone else in the Black community."
The straight community responded by accusing Jay of being a pedophile.
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