Cardi B Deactivates Twitter Amid Backlash Over Doll Release

"And I just be like, ‘Wow.' Now and days, these dolls are not like Barbies. Y'all done gave the lady migraine headaches 🙄— Passionteainfo (@passionteainfo) March 5, 2021 You only have 72 hours – so go!"
The 28-year-old star, who is the mother of 2-year-old Kulture Kiari, later shared why she decided to get into the toy creating business. They come so chic and I constantly gotta spend money on these dolls. Keep scrolling for the Grammy winner’s thoughts on the backlash.By Mona Thomas Mar 05, 2021 7:09 PMTagsTwitterCelebritiesCardi BWatch: Cardi B Gets Starstruck Meeting Celebs: "I Feel Stupid"Today is a bittersweet reveal for Cardi B. Visit the website now to reserve your doll. "I'm a girl's mom and y'all know how crazy I go with my nieces on Christmas and everything, right?" she began. Thank you @officialrealwomenare This means sooo much. Created by me. "Inspired by me. class=”article-detail__title article-detail__title–speakable”>Cardi B Deactivates Twitter Amid Backlash Over Doll ReleaseCardi B deleted her Twitter after fans complained about the star’s doll release instead of new music. They are way more expensive, they come with way more fashion and they come way more diverse. I'm dropping my own doll TODAY!" she wrote alongside a photo of the boxed figurine. My daughter constantly want me to buy these dolls, she actually has a preference."photosCardi B's Daughter Kulture's Cutest MomentsGiven Kulture's personal taste, Cardi recalled pondering, "'Why am I not going to get into the doll business?' Cause one thing people are never gonna stop having, are daughters."
And while the choice is a sound business move on the artist's account, it didn't sit too well with fans who have been impatiently waiting for a new album instead.#CardiB is sick of fans asking her for new music. Designed by me. "BARDI GANG!! On March 5, the "W.A.P." rapper took to Instagram to announce the release of her new venture: an original doll modeled after the artist herself.