Having a massive social media following must be pretty harrowing sometimes. Just ask Cardi B, who followed in Chris Evans' footsteps when she accidentally shared a nude photo on Instagram.
After the Avengers actor mistakenly shared a naked snap to his Instagram Stories, Cardi B - real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - made the same mishap less than a month later.
Days after celebrating her 28th birthday, the rapper apparently shared a naked selfie on her Instagram Stories and feed, to her 77 million followers. The photo was quickly deleted, before Cardi addressed the accident on Twitter.
I’m kicking off my birthday weekend by announcing I am officially dropping my first ever Reebok x Cardi Footwear Collection on 11/13!! As my birthday gift to my loyal fans I’m dropping limited pairs TONIGHT at MIDNIGHT EST on Reebok.com. #ReebokxCardiB
A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Oct 10, 2020 at 9:05pm PDT
"Lord, why the f**k you have to make me so fu**ing stupid?" she wrote. "Why, why, why? You know what, I’m not gonna beat myself up about it. I’m just gonna eat my breakfast and then I’m gonna go to the party."
The rapper added, "I am not going to think about it… No, I won’t. It is what it is. S**t happened. F**k it, it’s not even the first time. I used to be a stripper so whatever. Ay, dios mio."
Cardi also later denied she was taking legal action against someone else for sharing the nude, writing on Instagram Stories, "I did not posted [sic] no story about me suing nobody ….nobody to be sued for. It was my f**k up…s**t happens."
A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Sep 21, 2020 at 5:01pm PDT
It goes without saying that Cardi's privacy should be respected, and the photo shouldn't be shared across the internet. Mistakes happen.
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