Cardi B shuts down to Tomi Lahren for criticizing the protests of George Floyd

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Cardi B is rekindling his enmity with Tomi Lahren.

On Wednesday, the political commentator conservative resorted to Twitter to criticize the people who ransacked a Target store in Minneapolis in the midst of protests against the death of George Floyd. The videos and the photos show the windows shattered and the shelves destroyed while the looters dragged televisions and other goods.

“How will the looting, rioting and the destruction of their OWN community to bring justice to someone?” he asked Lahren.

After seeing his tweet, the rapper “Bodak Yellow” responded by asking where is the justice for Floyd, an unarmed black man of 46 years who was killed on Monday after a police officer white, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck during An arrest.

“How to attack, profilinar, beat and kill black men without consequence is like to serve and protect? Who is giving them justice and confidence in the police? ” he asked Lahren. “Take care of your affairs and eat your salad!”

Lahren issued a response sarcastic. “Yes, steal tvs and everything else from Target and set fire to AutoZone surely will solve the problem. What you have, ” she wrote. “Just what the country is recovering from the economic collapse you need at this time.”

Cardi also came back to post a video of the sack and weighed it with his comment. “Plunder in Minnesota and a lot that I don’t like this type of violence, it is what it is,” he said. It’s too many peaceful marches, too many hashtags trend and NO SOLUTIONS! The people are left with NO CHOICE. “

This is not the first time that Cardi and Lahren have been in disagreement. In January 2019, Cardi criticized Lahren by the comments made about Donald Trump and the government shutdown. “It seems that @iamcardib is the last mind policy great to support the democrats. I SAY AH! I keep it up, guys! # MAGA2020 “, wrote the curator.

Cardi was quick to call it. “Leave me in peace, I will see you walking,” he said, and added: “you Are so blinded by racism that you don’t even realize the decisions that the president that you support are destroying the country you love so much”.

Many celebrities have spoken out in the wake of the death of Floyd, like Ice Cube, Chance the Rapper and Colin Kaepernick, while a request #JusticeForFloyd in Change.org has more than 2.7 million signatures.