Candace Owens taunts Cardi B as WAP singer deletes false tweets about pundit’s husband

CANDACE Owens has taunted Cardi B for deleting fake tweets claiming Owens' husband cheated on her with her brother.

The conservative pundit, who yesterday said she's planning on suing the rapper, today jibed Cardi for pulling the tweets — telling her "too late, degenerate". 


Taking to Twitter today, Candace reacted to Cardi apparently backpeddling following the threat of being sued.  

She said: "Gee. I wonder what made @iamcardib delete the photoshopped tweets regarding my husband and brother?

"Too late, degenerate. 

"You mess with my family, I won’t stop until I’m the CEO and chairman of that WAP."

The bitter fight between the two stars broke out after Owens called Cardi's WAP performance at the Grammys "degenerate," adding Cardi B was like a "cancer cell to culture".

Their public spat escalated when Cardi B posted a fake photo of Owens apparently claiming her husband cheated on her with her brother.

'TOO LATE DEGENERATE'

"Yes, my husband did cheat on me with my brother," the photoshopped tweet from Owens read.

"Yes, he said no when I asked to join them."

"Not you talking about two women thrusting their vaginas together while your husband and brother slap cocks and balls together," Cardi wrote in the accompanying tweet.

"WELL WOULD YOU LOOK AT THAT! Wow"

But yesterday Candace dropped the bombshell that she was taking Carido to court. 

She tweeted: "Just spoke with my family. I am 100 per cent suing Cardi for that nonsense.”

Earlier this week, Owens blasted Cardi B for "poisoning minds" with her raunchy Grammys WAP performance.

The rapper then responded: "I’m going to thank Candy. She put my performance on Fox News that boosted the views on YouTube and is counting towards my streams and sales."

The war of words erupted on Twitter after an outraged Tucker Carlson slammed the Grammys on Monday over Cardi B's and Megan Thee Stallion's live performance of WAP — describing the raunchy display as "pornography".

He spoke about the saucy show with Owens, who said WAP being performed at the Grammy's signified the "corrosion" and "end of an empire".






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