Cardi B defamed Trump fans by calling them 'racist MAGA supporters' in latest anti-Trump feud after Candace Owens spat
RAPPER Cardi B defamed a group of beachgoers as "racist MAGA supporters" in an edited video speaking about the altercation involving her sister and her sister's partner, a new lawsuit claims.
Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina, and her girlfriend, model Michelle Diaz, reportedly exchanged words with the group on September 6 at Smith Point Beach in New York.
One of the men they were arguing with at the Long Island beach was wearing Donald Trump's signature "Make America Great Again" hat during the disagreement, according to the report by Fox News.
In social media posts about the clash, Cardi claimed Carolina and Diaz were harassed where they parked their car “all because they are a (sic) Afro/Hispanic gay couple.”
The lawsuit comes on the heels of Cardi's war of words with Candace Owens, who criticized the her interview with Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Cardi hit back at the conservative commentator, who called her "illiterate," online and said Biden spoke with her because of her wide-ranging influence.
The beachgoers claim in the lawsuit, which also names Carolina and Diaz as defendants, that the women harassed them, then defamed them by sharing doctored video and commentary about the fight on social media, according to WABC.
“These peaceful Suffolk County residents were quietly enjoying a Sunday at the Smith Point beach with their families, when rap celebrity Hennessy Carolina suddenly approached them, raging, spitting, insulting, assaulting, defaming and threatening them, all the while videotaping them because one of them wore a MAGA hat,” the plaintiffs’ lawyer, John Ray, told the news station.
Ray continued: “Then Hennessy, Cardi B and celebrity model Michelle Diaz deviously edited the videotape and published the edited version all over social media, across the world for all to see, and maliciously falsely labeled these residents and their families as ‘N…s’ and as racists."
In an audio clip, Carolina gave her version of events and claimed that two men told her and her partner to "go to your f*****g country."
The men targeted them because “saw us parking here and we were speaking Spanish and we’re mixed,” according to the recording, which was Cardi B also shared on her Twitter account.
An attorney for Cardi B didn't respond to a request for comment from The Sun.
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