Cardi B has deleted an angry tweet calling out WWE superstar Lacey Evans for ‘unnecessary bulls**t’.
The two stars clashed on social media this week less than 24 hours after the WAP hitmaker broke wrestling Twitter when she got namedropped during Raw’s Legends Night special.
Cardi – who was a fan of WWE when she was younger – called out the boss himself Vince McMahon after her notifications blew up after the show.
She jokingly told him to ‘count his fin days’ and insisted it wasn’t how her WWE debut ‘was supposed to be’.
Lacey – a former US Marine – replied: ‘Careful what you wish for ya nasty….. we aren’t @NICKIMINAJ You’ll get sent home with more than a busted eye.’
Although the tweet was befitting of her on-screen character – who has been referred to as the Sassy Southern Belle in the past – it seems Cardi didn’t see the funny side, and was in no mood to play along.
In a since-deleted tweet, she wrote: ‘A white woman can’t never put fear on me sweetie….Got me f**ed up. I was showing love to WWE the whole night yesterday I don’t know where the f**k you came from with your unnecessary bulls**t. (sic)’
That would have been enough drama for one day, but Lacey went in for one more killer blow – perhaps no surprise after she’s spent years defeating her opponents with the Woman’s Right strike.
‘Aww bless your heart! @iamcardib U got it all wrong. I heard DEBUT and was giving you a friendly heads up,’ she teased.
‘But since you wanna be a bad ass… keep me in mind when/if you show up to @WWE. Ill kick your ass while listening to your music. #PullUp (sic)’
Cardi deleted her post, and seemed to refer to the spat with a very angry post.
She ranted: ‘Wow! don’t ever wanna hear motherfers talking s**t to me again !!!! (sic)’
However, Lacey suggested she wasn’t quite done, and hinted there is more to come if she really let herself go.
After the WWE on Fox Twitter account branded her ‘The Lady of Twitter’ for the day, she coyly replied: ‘Tryin my best not to lose my manners yall (sic)’
Never a dull day!
Credit: Original article published here.