It all started when Cardi began celebrating that the music video for her GloRilla collab “Tomorrow 2” garnered 6 million views on YouTube. In response to what seemed to be some subtweeting about the accomplishment on Akbar V’s part, Cardi tweeted, “I don’t really like the internet games …My dms is open and also the streets!” and “I don’t gotta @ I can change a bi— life just by a mention….AND YES I HIT THEM DIRECTLY, I don’t do the internet!!”
While screenshots showed that Cardi reached out to Akbar privately and cleared things up, the duo began trading insults on Twitter about having kids, chart success and allegations that Offset was cheating on Cardi with Saweetie. Even the Migos rapper himself got involved after Akbar claimed he called her, and shared what she thought was his phone number. Her original tweet was then taken down for violating the platform’s rules. “Bi— that’s not my number, why would I call you when bi— already handling you lame a– h-e,” Offset wrote, standing with his wife.
As Akbar began trending on Twitter, social media users began to realize that she’s a rapper and entertainment star in her own right. See below for five things you need to know about Akbar V.