Cardi B Plans Legal Action Against Nude Video Hacker
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper is having quite the week.
Twitter was found in the arms of the Eve of Christmas (24 December), when a video surfaced Displacement (allegedly) in a hotel room with an unknown naked women that was not your girlfriend Cardi B. The salacious clip was supposedly taken from the Offset of the hacked iCloud account, which led to countless rumors that Migos rapper had cheated.
But that was not the only controversial clip hit the web during the holiday weekend. A handful of videos with Cardi naked also emerged. Now, the "Bodak Yellow" phenomenon is threatening legal action against the tech thieves, according to TMZ.
Displacement of the iCloud has been hacked and the images showed that he did cheat on the Cardi B on September 👀
— The Lunch Table Blog Show (@TLTBlogShow) December 25, 2017
The Cardi is a lawyer, Scott Mason, according to the report, said that the videos were illegally obtained and that his team has launched a full investigation to find those responsible for the hack.
The former stripper to address the incident on Christmas Day (25 December), with an air of apathy, writing, "People keep posting nude videos of me as if I was not a stripper before. You know there's videos of me stripping with my tits and ass on YouTube right now. anyway, I know that I know that I have a nice body right."
People keep posting the nude videos of me as if I was not a stripper before 😩😩😂🤷🏽♀️You know there's videos of me stripping with my tits and ass on YouTube already right 😂?anyway, I know that I know that I have a nice body right 😎
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) December 25, 2017
Cardi caused a stir on Tuesday (26 December) to appear to publish a video of her moving and having sex, but later stated that it was not real.