Rap newcomer Cardi B is threatening legal action against hackers who leaked nude videos of the star online.
The Bodak Yellow hitmaker hit headlines over the weekend (22-24Dec17) after explicit footage of the former stripper emerged on the Internet, with one clip, featuring Cardi dancing while naked, heavily rumoured to be the beginning of a sex tape.
It has since been revealed her fiance, Migos rapper Offset, had his phone hacked, with the steamy footage said to have been taken from his cell.
Another leaked video also sparked gossip suggesting Offset had cheated on his new fiancee, as it featured a different naked woman in a hotel bathroom. That film is thought to have been captured in September (17), weeks before Offset proposed to Cardi.
The female rapper brushed off the naked images in a Twitter post on Christmas Day (25Dec17), when she declared, “People keep posting the nude videos of me like if i wasn’t a stripper before… You know there’s videos of me stripping with my t**ties & a** out on YouTube already right?anyways i know i know i got a nice body right (sic)”.
While she has no issue with people seeing her nude, Cardi seems determined to punish those responsible for the leaks because they were obtained illegally.
Her attorney, Scott Mason, tells TMZ.com they have launched an investigation to identify the hackers in a bid to have them prosecuted.
Meanwhile, Cardi has also shrugged off allegations of Offset’s infidelity.
“I still put the p**sy on offset,” she tweeted.
And she made it clear the couple was still very much together on Tuesday (26Dec17) by recording an Instagram Live video of herself and Offset appearing to have sex.
“I don’t got no more in me left. You gotta give a whole hour (sic),” she says in the post, as her man thrusts at her from behind.
Cardi has since insisted it was just a spoof, writing on her Instagram Story app, “I was fully clothes on live, I was not f**kin on live! Yaaa can’t be that slow (sic).”