Cardi B Vows Legal Action Against Hackers Who Leaked Explicit Videos
Cardi B certainly has had an eventful holiday season. And while much of the excitement surrounded the release of her latest single, "Bartier Cardi," which dropped last Friday, that wasn't the only subject of discussion.
Over the weekend explicit videos of a woman dancing naked in a room surfaced, sparking rumors that her fiancé, Offset, cheated on her. Though the video was apparently taken prior to their engagement, the rumor mill began whirling, nonetheless. For their part, Cardi and Offset were unfazed, hopping on Instagram Live and er, proving their love in a raunchy video (apparently they weren't actually have sex in their live stream, and were fully clothed).
In addition to all of that, videos of a naked Cardi leaked online, though again, she kept it cool. On Christmas day, she responded on Twitter to the leak.
"People keep posting the nude videos of me like if i wasn't a stripper before," she wrote in part.
Although she seemed generally unbothered, TMZ reports that it doesn't mean Cardi and her team are going to let the hacker off the hook. Cardi's attorney, Scott Mason, told the outlet that because the videos were obtained illegally their team is doing a full investigation to track the hacker down, and once the suspect is identified, they'll "pursue all legal remedies" under the law.