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Offset is not here for the trolls and haters who are coming for his wife Cardi B after she admitted to drugging and robbing men during her stripper days.

The Migos rapper hit up Twitter Friday morning to defend the Bronx hip-hop star against critics who have cancelled her in the wake of her controversial comments.

In a series of posts, Offset said “all u dumb ass ppl at home on couch tweeting” can  “suck my balls.”

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As noted by E! News, he kicked off his incoherent rant by stating “Every bartender stripper with the dream of getting out the club it’s nun wrong with that but my wife help guide ur life to try to rap.”

The “Bad and Boujee” rapper added that he’s “not talking bout established artist like the legands and the ones before Cardi.”

Offset went on to tell his followers, “The same ones hate are motivated by the wife she did the unbelievable.”

And in case folks were left scratching their heads after reading his tweets, Offset attempted to clarify what he meant by retweeting a post that read, “He was just saying Cardi gave all these new chicks hope. They rap because of her.”

“We rich over here so ya hate don’t get you paid I stand on what I said,” the 27-year-old Atlanta native continued. “Let’s make a bet my girl against any artist man or woman.”

He then went on to note that “I’m in Dubai by the way for M’s tweeting u bums that don’t get I’m talking bout,” he added.

In a follow-up tweet posted hours later, Offset advised his fans to “Beware of hate in ya circle Beware of success comes with hate Beware of being great or greater than expected u gone get bigger than ppl.”

His latest defense of Cardi B came a week after he praised her for being open and honest about her past as a hustler.

“I had to go strip, I had to go, ‘Oh yeah, you want to f*ck me? Yeah, yeah, yeah, let’s go back to this hotel,’ and I drugged n***as up, and I robbed them. That’s what I used to do,” she said on Instagram Live.

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Following her confession, Offset wrote on Instagram, “RIDE OR DIE FOREVER LOVE YOU NO MATTER WHATS GOING ON I LOVE YOU.” He added, “BEST MOTHER AND HUSTLER I KNOW.”

Despite Black Twitter’s efforts to cancel Cardi, she remains unfazed by the backlash.

 

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