Cardi B Continues to Sing 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic's Praises: 'I Stan Him'

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Cardi B attends Universal Pictures Presents The Road To F9 Concert and Trailer Drop on Jan. 31, 2020 in Miami.

Since the docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness hit Netflix on March 20, several celebrities -- including Jared Leto, 2 Chainz, Kim Kardashian, Sam Smith and many more -- have been glued to their screens as they witnessed the rise and fall of Joseph Maldonado-Passage, a.k.a. Joe Exotic.

Cardi B was an immediate fan, and she's been tweeting her thoughts on the series as she's continued to watch Exotic's tale unfold. On Saturday (March 28), the rapper was clearly empathetic to Exotic's plight. The former owner of the Greater Wynewood Exotic Animal Park been in prison for ordering the attempted murder of Carole Baskin, who runs exotic animal sanctuary Big Cat Rescue, and is currently serving a 22-year sentence for the crime.

Previously, Cardi made her loyalties known when she called out Baskin in a tweet, but she went so far as to tweet that she's interested in starting a crowdfunding campaign to support Exotic.

When one of her followers pointed out Cardi's effusive tweeting, she doubled down on her adoration. Lesson learned: let Cardi B watch her new Netflix obsession in peace!

 

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