Entertainment

Tomi Lahren And Stephanie Hamill Have Publicly Shaded Or Shamed Cardi B For Her Vocal Politics, And Both Were Left Annihilated

Don’t come for Bronx women. Cardi B has warned the world before, yet conservative white women are still trying to square off with the rapper and expecting to come out on top. In the last week, both Tomi Lahren and Stephanie Hamill have publicly shaded or shamed Cardi for her vocal politics, and both were left annihilated after the ‘hood Einstein hit them with verbal jabs.

It started on Wednesday, when Lahren, a Fox Nation host and supporter of Donald Trump, tweeted that the “Money” rapper was the “latest genius political mind to endorse Democrats,” trying to disparage the artist’s political intelligence. She was responding to a video Cardi had posted on Instagram where she criticized the president for initiating the longest government shutdown in US history and expecting government employees to work without pay.

Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, never one to stay silent for too long after a slight, fired back, warning, “Leave me alone I will dog walk you.”

Lahren, with her entitlement and affinity for controversy always present, responded, “I’m sure you would. Still doesn’t make your political rambling any less moronic. #BuildthatWall”

Then, just as Cardi had alerted her, she linguistically dragged tf out of Lahren.

“You’re so blinded with racism that you don’t even realize the decisions the president you root for is destroying the country you claim to love so much .You are a perfect example on no matter how educated or smart you think you are you still a SHEEP,” she shot off to Lahren, who has yet to respond.

Instead, on Monday, another white conservative commentator thirsty to feed off of Cardi’s stardom came for the Dominican-Trinidadian act, this time both minimizing her intelligence and slut-shaming her.

Also on Twitter, Fox News host Stephanie Hamill tweeted a video of Cardi’s latest song “Twerk” and asked, “In the Era of #meToo how exactly does this empower women? Leftists, @iamcardib , feel free to chime in. THX ..”

Belcalis didn’t hesitate to reply, giving the lost Hamill a quick lesson on feminism in the process.

“It says to women that I can wear and not wear what ever I want. do [whatever] I want and that NO still means NO. So Stephanie chime in..If I twerk and be half naked does that mean I deserve to get raped and molested ? I want to know what a conservative woman like you thinks,” she wrote.

Hamill, who thought it acceptable to criticize a woman and then ask her to help her ratings by appearing on her show, responded with alleged concern that sexually empowered women are harmful because, to her, sexual women can’t be intelligent or demand respect.

“I agree, No means NO, NO MATTER what! But this video, & others like this sexually objectify women. I think this hurts all women & the cause. We’re not sex OBJECTS! Clearly we see things differently, (maybe I’m just a hater bc I can’t Twerk ????) Come on my show, debate me!”

No word yet on whether Cardi will take Hamill up on her offer (fingers crossed she says hell nah and continues using her own social media, where she already has millions of followers, for her astute political takes), but let her clapbacks send a signal to all conservative white commentators to leave her tf alone.

Read: Senators Were Hilariously Torn About Sharing Cardi B’s Expletive-Laden Video Denouncing The Government Shutdown

Recommend this story by clicking the share button below!

Notice any corrections needed? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com

The Spanish ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ Is Being Shared To Honor Hispanic Workers Fighting COVID-19

No Pos Wow

The Spanish ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ Is Being Shared To Honor Hispanic Workers Fighting COVID-19

There’s no denying that the world looks a lot different now than it did in 1947. And while the list of all of the positive changes that the decades stretching between now and then have done for the world and minorities, a recent campaign is also highlighting the ways in which our current president could take some notes on certain values the United States held dear during this time. Particularly ones that had been pressed for by one of our former presidents.

As part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Good Neighbor Policy” effort, he worked to promote positive and healthy relations between the United States in Latin American countries.

At the time Rooseveltaimed to ensure that the North, Central and South American countries avoided breaking under the influence of Axis countries during World War II. As part of this campaign, Roosevelt comissioned a Spanish and a Portuguese version of the U.S. national anthem. According to Time Magazine he also “recruited Hollywood to participate in this Good Neighbor Policy; Walt Disney went on goodwill tour of South America, hoping to find a new market for his films, and ended up producing two movies inspired by the trip: Saludos Amigos (1942) and The Three Caballeros (1944). The Brazilian star Carmen Miranda also got a boost, and her role in The Gang’s All Here made her even more famous in the U.S. And alongside these cross-cultural exchanges, the U.S. government decided it needed an anthem that could reach Spanish speakers.”

According to NPR, Clotilde Arias, wrote wrote the translation at the end of World War II, was born in the small Peruvian city, Iquitos in 1901 and moved to New York City to become a composer when she was 22-years-old. Her version of the anthem is now part of an exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

Now in an effort to support Latino communities affected by the coronavirus, the non-profit We Are All Human Foundation’s Hispanic Star campaign commissioned the a remake of the song.

Hoping to raise awareness of its Hispanic Recovery Plan and efforts to help to connect Hispanic small businesses and workers with resources during the pandemic, the campaign brought the old recording from obscurity.

For the song, the 2019 winner of the singing competition La Voz,  Jeidimar Rijos, performed “El Pendón Estrellado.” Or, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” 

The song has already received quite a bit of comments and support on Youtube.

Hang in there, fam. We can only get through this together.

Notice any corrections needed? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com

Video Dug Up From Cardi B’s Past Shows Her Saying She Used To Drug And Rob Men

fierce

Video Dug Up From Cardi B’s Past Shows Her Saying She Used To Drug And Rob Men

Stay grateful you did not grow up in the era of Snapchat/ Instagram/ Facebook kids because you can delete but your recorded actions can still come back to bite. Cardi B knows the story. While the Afro-Latina queen of Trap isn’ making any apologies, the latest video to be dug up from her past is requiring her to give some answers.

Video of the singer, recalling a time in her life in which she felt forced to drug and rob men while seducing them has resurfaced.

Over the weekend, video of the “Money” rapper recalling how she used to drug and rob men resurfaced.

The video, which was recorded during an Instagram live broadcast, sees Cardi as she goes on a tearful verbal tirade about her past. This after, someone apparently questioned her success and accused her of not “putting in no fucking work.”

“I had to go ‘oh yeah, you wanna fuck me? Yeah yeah yeah let’s go to this hotel.’ And then I’d drug [expletivie] up and I’d rob them. That’s what I used to do.”

Users online were quick to comment.

“The fact that cardi b admitted to drugging and robbing men she would take back to a hotel for sex blows my mind,” wrote Twitter user @itsangelaa. “That’s not ‘keeping it real.’ that’s a crime.”

“I wonder what woulda happened if it were the other way round,” @BTSisthecauseo5 commented.

At the onset of the backlash, the rapper seemed to take the comments rather lightly.

The following day she also tweeted “IM THAT BITCH THEY LOVE TO HATE, IM THAT BITCH THEY HATE TO LOVE and I love it.”

On Tuesday, however, after users on Instagram and Twitter continued to simmer, she was forced to issue comment.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bve_d3sFet7/

In a post to her Instagram, the rapper responded to the comments about the video by saying: “I’m a part of a hip hop culture where you can talk about where you come from talk about the wrong things you had to do to get where you are.”


Read:After Two Parkland Students Commit Suicide, Community Unites To Share Mental Health Resources

Notice any corrections needed? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *