The rapper shared her explosive reaction on Instagram but has since taken the post down. She explained that she doesn't lie or do anything just for attention and that she has been talking about the same situation for years.
"I BEEN TALK ABOUT THIS SHIT BEFORE I SPOKE TO ANGIE even on my mixtape," Cardi exclaimed. "truth is this ain’t nothing Far-fetch this shit still and stay happening."
The "Money" rapper was trying to make the point that women in the industry find themselves in bad situations with people in power all the time but she explained that it is hard to understand if you have not experienced the same thing.
"A lot of you stay at home bitches can’t relate but a lot do.I been in these streets and the streets ain’t Disney," Cardi ended her message.
Along with her message, she included video proof that she has been discussing her situation for years, however it's unclear what specific comments caused her to go off.
She included a short clip of her from a 2018 interview on "The Breakfast Club" where she was discussing how some video vixens suffer sexual assault if one form or another. The situation she described is very similar to the one she talked about with Martinez.
Cardi detailed her sexual assault at the hands of a photographer during her sit down interview. Clips were released ahead of time and apparently they were mixed reactions to her story.
"I will never forget how I went to shoot for this magazine and the photographer, he was trying to get close to me like, 'Yeah, you want to get in this magazine?' Then he pulled his d--- out,” Cardi recounted.
Athough, she's not specific when the incident occurred, the Grammy-winning artist revealed she told someone with authority and they did nothing to help her.
"You know what’s so crazy? I told the magazine owner and he just looked at me like, ‘So? And?’" she told Angie Martinez.
The full interview airs Thursday at 10 PM ET on WE tv.