Cardi B is queen of the clapback.
The rapper, who recently celebrated her 29th birthday, is scheduled to appear in court next week after pleading not guilty to charges of reckless endangerment and assault stemming from a 2018 brawl at a Queens strip club.
The Grammy winner is accused of orchestrating an attack on bartender sisters Rachel Wattley and Sarah Wattley. If convicted, she could face up to four years behind bars.
Ahead of Monday’s hearing, her detractors took to social media to antagonize the mother of two.
“You’re going to prison,” tweeted one person, prompting Cardi to clap back.
“Before I go to prison you gone see me breakin more records and making more Ms,” she said.
Another Twitter user suggested that she get the “best lawyers” because “Offset ain’t gon be there for your kids.”
“My man is allow to be with his kids so what’s your point ?” she responded.
But Cardi warned the Twitter trolls that she doesn’t play when it comes to her family and won’t tolerate the disrespect. “I be chillin I don’t know why people think is sweet to play wit my kids,” she wrote.
She also retweeted one of her own posts that read, “No one ever notices when you’re being provoked, just when you retaliate.”
While she handles her haters, Cardi’s fans continue to rally behind her and even sent a cake to her house featuring her favorite red bottom heels.
“This was so sweet,” she tweeted. “THANK YOU BARDIGANG for my chocolate mousse cake 🍰!!! Wow! You guys really pay attention to the little things I like ♥️♥️How did you guys even know where to send it at ?”