Cardi B claps back at internet trolls for poking fun at Yung Miami's car being shot up

Dayna Haffenden

 // Aug 9, 2019

Cardi B // Instagram

Earlier this week, City Girls' Yung Miami was the target of a drive-by shooting. Unfortunately, some internet trolls began to poke fun at the unfortunate situation after the news hit the media. Nonetheless, Cardi B has come to Yung Miami's rescue and had a few things to get off her chest regarding the situation.

During an Instagram Live session yesterday (Aug. 8), Cardi explained that the jokes are inappropriate. The Invasion of Privacy spitter reiterated that Yung Miami and her baby's life could've been negatively impacted.

"What happened to her is a miracle! Her car got shot up a lot of times!" Cardi said. "And I see a lot of people in the comments joking about it, doing little jokes like, 'I thought you kept a baby glock!' B---h shut the f--k up! This s--t is different. She's pregnant. A lot of you b---hes can not even see y'all f--king seat while y'all f--ing pregnant so f--king stop. Y'all love to joke around! Just remember those little comments that y'all be doing for clout, that s--t ain't worth bad karma to you, b---h. 'Cause that karma come! Y'all want to be f--king funny in the comments, hoe? That shit come right back to you, b---h. Your baby father might get clapped up. Or your mama."

Following the shooting, Yung Miami has been doing her best to remain positive. Understandably, Miami revealed that she is not really doing "okay." "Keep looking at my pictures & all my mentions like it really could've been R.I.P," Miami wrote on her Instagram Story. "I'm really not okay!"

On Tuesday (Aug. 6), law enforcement received a call that a shooting occurred near Circle House Studios. The 25-year-old explained to cops that shots came from behind her red Mercedes G-Wagon. During the time of the drive-by, Yung Miami was reportedly leaving the studio.

Watch the video of Cardi B clapping back at internet trolls below.

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