The hip-hop community was turned upside down Thursday afternoon when word got out that Tekashi was fingering more celebrities for allegedly being involved in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the violent street gang that he was formerly affiliated with.
The first video featured a woman stammering while asking "What? What's going on?!"
The other video is of Keke Palmer, in a video shot for Vanity Fair where she is unable to recognize a photo of former VP, Dick Cheney.
Along with artist Jim Jones, the rainbow-haired rapper reportedly dropped Cardi B's name as someone involved ... which caught everyone by surprise, including Cardi.
The "Hustlers" star seemingly denied the accusations later in the day when she posted two viral videos with the caption, "Mood."
"I don't know who this man is," Palmer explained, adding, "I mean he could be walking down the street and I wouldn't know a thing."
Both of Cardi's posts have been flooded with reaction from fans, laughing about her response to the gang allegations.
It's been a rough day for Cardi, as she was also listed behind Nicki Minaj in Forbes' annual list of “Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts” for 2019.
As we reported, After Forbes claimed that Minaj brought in $29 million while Cardi made a mere $28 million, the "Bodak Yellow" took to social media and proclaimed, "Where do Forbes be getting they numbers from cause they way off."