“Your wife @iamcardib has a OPEN CRIMINAL CASE, why are you writing me you don’t respect her???????” Jade wrote on Instagram. The criminal case, which has been closed, was likely in reference to the August 2018 brawl Cardi, 27, got into with strip club workers Jade and Baddie G. The strippers claimed Cardi fought them after she accused them of sleeping with Offset, 27.
Jade posted a video showing a DM she allegedly received from Offset that said, “Miss u fr.” She added, “There is a lot of s**t I haven’t exposed yet, but there’s a time for that.” Jade also referenced Cardi’s song “Backin’ It Up” and wrote, “‘I’m the QUEEN of talking s**t now I’m backing it up.’”
Cardi wasn’t having it with the allegations! The rapper posted a video of a friend attempting to change Offset’s passwords on Instagram and Twitter, implying that he was hacked. “Just woke up and we dealing with this s**t,” Cardi captioned the clip.
“As you can see this guy’s Instagram account just got hacked,” she said in a video with Offset. “Babe, I know you done some dumb s**t, everybody know he done some dumb s**t but c’mon.” As OK! readers know, Cardi and Offset split in December 2018 after multiple women accused him of cheating. They mended their relationship and attended the Grammy’s together in February 2019.
Cardi continued, “We’ve been so good. We had a sweet weekend. Life has been good. He’s not going to play himself like that. That’s why I’m not going to entertain it. That’s why I’m not getting rowdy. Simple as that.”
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Now-deleted tweets from Offset’s account posted on December 3 said, “I lick a** cheeks,” “I’m gay y’all,” and “Balls in my face.”
Fans suspected the timing of the tweets was a cover-up. “He knows he ain’t hacked, he did that to cover up for texting that girl. But I’m just gonna sit back, sip my tea, and see how this plays out....” one person wrote. Another said, “And the award-winning for best actress goes toooooo..... OFFSET!!!”
As for Jade, she’s been anticipating the release of Tekashi, 23, who was arrested in November 2018. On November 17, she posted a photo holding hands with her boyfriend and captioned the picture “31 days.”
Tekashi initially entered a not guilty plea for racketing charges but changed it to a guilty plea in February 2019 on 9 charges. The rapper also agreed to cooperate with authorities and testify against the former members of his gang in exchange for zero prosecution or jail time. Sources told The Blast Tekashi’s sentencing will take place as early as January 2020.