Last week, Cardi B took to Instagram to unload the marital problems in her relationship with husband, Offset. “I’ve been trying to work things out with my baby father for a hot minute,” she said, adding that, “We’ve got a lot of love for each other, but things just haven’t been working out between us for a long time.”
While initial details were scarce, fans concluded that the relationship fell apart due to Offset’s alleged infidelities after an old friend of Cuban Doll’s exposed her alleged relations with the rapper. Though Cuban denied ever reaching out to the Atlanta superstar, another woman implicated herself in the alleged cheating scandal.
In fact, since then, the woman, who has been identified as a 20-year-old woman named Summer Bunni, has released a written apology, a tearful statement to TMZ, as well as a new track, titled, “Don’t Matter,” apologizing for her role in Offset’s alleged infidelities.
But, after all the apologizing, Bunni took to Instagram live to flip the script and defend her relationship with the married rapper against Cardi’s fans, with Nicki Minaj playing in the background.
“Excuse me, sir. I didn’t mean to take your man, sir,” Bunni said on Instagram Live, adding that, “you should be sending people to fight your husband. I’m not the only girl, I’m the only girl the world wants to focus on.”
However, shortly after the Live, Bunni was locked out of her Instagram account, and not long after that, the entire page was scrubbed from the internet. And according to The Blast, sources close to Bunni say she believes the Bardi Gang is behind the hack.
The account previously had 76,000 followers and 35 posts before it was taken down on Monday morning, and now, she’s trying to get it back.