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Cardi B. Fans Drag Dancehall Rapper Spice for Seemingly Innocent Comment

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Doctors visit with mom & Dad🎀🌸K

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Rapper Cardi B. and her husband Offset shared a cute photo of their visit to the doctor since the birth of their daughter Kulture Kiari Cephus in July.

The “Bodak Yellow” artist took to Instagram on Monday and wrote, “Doctors visit with mom & Dad🎀🌸 K.”

Fans chimed in under the comments section and congratulated Cardi on “motherhood.” One fan added, “Congrats to mama bardi and papa set!”

Jamaican and Dancehall artist Spice posted blue hearts under the couple’s picture and Cardi B. fans began dragging the “LHHATL” reality star.

One Instagram user wrote, “Lol messy boots. Gone somewhere.”

Another added, ” But Nicki is your idol!

“[Spice] did you really just put blue hearts.”

“Bye paprika.”

Another fan said, “What’s up with all the blue hearts?#blooytingsma”

Many of Cardi B.’s followers were upset with Spice for leaving blue emojis instead of red ones because the “Drip” singer is allegedly a gang member of the “Bloods.”

However, the Jamaican rapper clapped back at critics and wrote, “Baby I’m a #Smurfette which means I use blue heart for the people I love. Blue is apart of my signature it’s not that serious don’t you people see this picture how touching and beautiful it is why always finding the smallest negativity even under a happy post sigh.”

Cardi B. and Spice never had any beef with one another. The “Queen of Dancehall” was one of the first people to congratulate the “Be Careful” rapper on the delivery of her daughter in July. Spice wrote, “Today i salute [Cardi B.] i’m not sure if we realize how major this is for her to be making major moves while being pregnant. I remember when i was pregnant in my “Jim screechie” music video i almost pass out so i can only imagine her continued strength. I’m glad you had a safe delivery 🙏🏽.”

Cardi B. met Spice for the first time at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2017. She told the “Dancehall” rapper how much of an inspiration she was to her.

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