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Cardi B has temporarily deactivated her Twitter account after blasting teenagers who criticized her for taking her cheating husband back.

Twitter allows users to temporarily deactivate their accounts for 30 days before the account is deleted permanently.

Before deactivating her account, Cardi, 28, threw a temper tantrum on Instagram Live, attacking teens who continue to ridicule her for reuniting with the Migos rapper a month after filing for divorce.

"A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm mother f**king Ariana Grande or something. Like I came from Disney or something.

"I'm so tired of people saying I've got to continuously explain myself. I didn't put my divorce out there, a f**king court clerk put it out there, and because people are making rumors up, 'Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant', I have to address it."

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Cardi also slammed fans for criticizing serial cheater, Offset: "Then you guys want to be harassing this n**ga. Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this n**ga's Twitter to harass him? That don't make no f**king sense.

"Y'all want to call yourself fans, I don't give a f**k. I'm tired of it. I do whatever the f**k I want to do. I love my fans and I'm grateful and thankful for what you do but some of y'all really be acting like I be sleeping with y'all. Offset is not the only f**king problem that I deal with. To be honest with you, my marriage is one of the least worries that I have right now."

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The couple reconciled over Cardi's birthday weekend and were spotted kissing and hugging in a series of photographs. But fans weren't buying it. They accused Cardi and Offset of staging their "divorce" because both fell off during the coronavirus lockdown.

Days later, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper confirmed they were back together, stating: "One day I'm happy, the next day I wanna beat a n**ga up... Then it's like, I start missing. It's really hard not to talk to your best friend. It's really hard to have no d**k."

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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.

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In response to complaints by Kanye West and others, Instagram has banned sexually suggestive emojis, including the eggplant and the peach, which resemble parts of the human anatomy.

The eggplant emoji has been used to suggest an erect phallus, while the peach resembles a woman's buttocks. The water drops resemble ejaculation.

Instagram bosses say users on their platforms can no longer use those emojis - even to cover up genitals on photos.

The emojis can still be used in captions, but not to convey sexually suggestive content or ask for anything sexual. The changes will cut down on sex workers plying their trade on the social media platform.

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The new changes have been implemented in Facebook's Sexual Solicitation Community Standards which took effect on October 24. Sex workers will no longer be allowed to advertise their services on Instagram or Facebook.

Users who are not sex workers still can't use the emojis in their photo posts. The changes have sparked fury online.

One user wrote:

"Facebook's about to start banning people for smutty art and butt shots. They still won't ban Nazis and TERFs because 'free speech,' but god help you if you use an eggplant emoji."

Kanye West complained that social media entices men like him to stray from their marriages by hosting free photos of half naked women.

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Kamala Harris is calling on Twitter bosses to suspend President Donald Trump's Twitter account, saying his sometimes brutal Twitter posts could put people in danger.

Trump is on the hot seat for asking the Ukraine president to investigate corruption by presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officially declared an impeachment inquiry, which sent social media into a frenzy last week.

But the California senator, who is a long shot for the Democratic nomination, wants Trump silenced for good on the social media platform.

"The president's tweets and his behaviors about this are just further evidence of the fact that he uses his power in a way that is designed to beat people down instead of lift people up,' Harris told Anderson Cooper on CNN Monday night.

Harris pointed to one of Trump's tweets in which he demanded to meet with the CIA whistleblower who leaked the contents of his phone call with the Ukrainian president.

"Frankly, when you look at what he's been tweeting today directed at the whistle-blower, directed at so many people, you know, I, frankly, think that based on this and all we've seen him do before, including attacking members of Congress, that he, frankly, should be - his Twitter account should be suspended,' she added.

She followed up her interview by tweeting, "Look let's be honest, @realDonaldTrump's Twitter account should be suspended."

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