Earlier this week, Khloe Kardashian reportedly decided to end her romantic relationship with her daughter's father, Tristan Thompson, amid allegations that he cheated on her with Kylie Jenner's best friend, Jordyn Woods.
Given the fact the Kardashian family amassed their reputation for their reality TV series, thousands took to social media to elude the situation was fabricated in order to promote the upcoming season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." Similar to Twitter's response to 21 Savage's arrest, countless memes have began circulating online. However, Cardi B isn't here for any of it.
During a heartfelt session on Instagram Live on Wednesday (Feb. 20), the Grammy award-winning rapper offered compassion to the reality TV star and entrepreneur. In addition to speaking on her own experiences—Cardi and Offset faced public scrutiny after going through their own cheating scandal this past year and are currently "working things out"—the rapper condemned those who are delighting in Kardashian's pain.
"Obviously this whole Khloe Kardashian thing...everybody is just like celebrating that that happened to her and it's like why?" Bardi wondered. She then pointed out how Kardashian and Thompson had already gone through the same situation right around the same time they welcomed their first child, True, together.
"Whatever karma that y'all felt like they deserve, I think they already have it, so it's like why do you guys keep wishing that on a woman?" she continued. "Especially a woman that has a daughter?"
Cardi then continued speaking from her own perspective and past experiences.
"We know how it is when a n—a f—k up. Y'all know that your heart shatters in pieces," she explained. "Y'all know it feels like your heart is literally bleeding and you just want to die and you can't even sleep. You actually can't even escape it when you sleeping because you actually dream about it...it's like it's mainly the women in the comments. It's like why do you guys like manifest and be happy off of that?"
After pointing out how she's seeing a lot of women in the comments offering their own two cents on the matter, Cardi continued to express how she simply doesn't understand why some women contribute to making another woman feel worse.
"I feel like everybody always want to talk about how they want to uplift women...but it be like the same women that be laughing in the comments when another woman is going through some s—t and it's all the time...I feel like that s—t is whack," Cardi stated. "I be feeling bad because I think everybody been in those shoes. I've been through it. Friends been through it. Family been through it. A lot of y'all b—hs been through it. That's why y'all always commenting on their comments like, 'I would never allow a man to do that to me,' 'That happened to me.' A lot of y'all be saying 'N—s ain't s—t.' A lot of y'all saying 'N—s ain't s—t' because y'all been through some s--t like that, so why is it that y'all laugh and 'live,' 'Oh I live' for another woman's pain—you know what I'm saying?"
At the time of this report, Khloe Kardashian has not yet issued a public statement commenting on the cheating rumors.
Take a look at Cardi B weighing in below.