Rivera is seemingly growing tired of people speaking ill about her marriage and isn’t in the mood to deal with carpers.
The 32-year-old mother took to Instagram on Tuesday to reflect on her recent wedding ceremony with Waka. She shared a photo of her and her husband exiting their wedding aisle hand in hand as she flashed a huge smile.
Rivera wrote in her photo caption, “My God the sun set perfectly at our sunset wedding.”
Nonetheless, a detractor hopped underneath the star’s comments and labeled the couple’s marriage as “toxic” due to the Waka’s past affairs with other women.
“That’s a Toxic Relationship,” the person wrote. “Once a cheater, always a cheater.”
Rivera sharply clapped back, “Well b–ch we toxic together🤣!”
Other folks chimed in and sided with the 32-year-old’s response.
“Amazing comeback 👏👏,” a fan wrote. “Let people be happy damn.. its 2019 people do grow. Congrats u two!”
Another fan added, ” know that’s tf right @charliesangelll I’m happy for y’all two ❤️ How iam riding for hubby for life 🤣.”
“Said louder for the ones in the back🗣️🗣️ Waka and Tammy said it’s forever,” a third added.
The critic was seemingly referring to Waka’s alleged affair with a college student in April 2018. A sorority student at the University of Arkansas claimed she slept with the “Hard In Da Paint” artist after he came to her dorm room. She reportedly posted a photo of him on Snap Chat while saying, “I f–ked Waka Flocka.” The rapper neither confirmed or denied the alleged scandal.
However, the couple appeared to have worked past their relationship woes and recently renewed their vows after being married for five years. The pair had an extravagant wedding venue in Mexico on Jan. 20 with all of their family and friends in attendance. Rivera said she wanted a traditional wedding ceremony for their vow renewal because the couple eloped in 2014.
“I told Waka that if we made it five years I wanted my dream wedding,” Rivera told People magazine. “Today my dream has come true. I am marrying my best friend and soulmate all over again. When God made Waka, he wrote my name beside his.”
The pair currently appear on We TV’s “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition,” where viewers get to watch them work through their relationship woes. It airs every Thursday at 10 p.m. Eastern Time.