Cardi B & Offset Leak Their Own ‘Sex Tape’ Following Explicit Video Leaks

27 December 2017, 11:55 | Updated: 10 April 2018, 15:03

Offset and Cardi B 'sex tape'

The Migos member's phone was allegedly hacked last week and nude images surfaced online.

Cardi B and Offset have retaliated to their ongoing cheating rumours following the release of an explicit video.

Last week - coincidentally, the same day as Cardi's new single 'Bartier Cardi' dropped - a video surfaced online appearing to show a naked woman dancing in a hotel room.

The video was allegedly taken from Offset's phone after his iCloud account was hacked, thus setting off a new wave of cheating accusations.

However, it appears the couple aren't here to entertain the rumours any time soon, as, shortly after the news broke, they leaked a video in which they were seen simulating sex. 


A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) onDec 26, 2017 at 8:11am PST

Shocked viewers assumed that the intimate footage was real before Cardi revealed that it was all a joke and that both parties were fully clothed at the time.

"I was fully clothes on live. I was not f****n on live. Yaaa can't be that slow." she wrote on Instagram.

And this wasn't the only video that has sent Cardi B fans raging of late - the hacker has also been accused of sharing explicit videos of Cardi that were filmed during her days working as a stripper.

Labelled by many gossip sites as a 'preview sex tape', the woman in the footage incidentally has a similar tattoo to Cardi's upper thigh design.

Apparently unfazed by the leak, Cardi took to Twitter to remind people of her previous career.

"You know there’s videos of me stripping with my t***ies & a** out on YouTube already right ? anyways i know i know i got a nice body right." she wrote.

The rapstress added that she was  "just going to make things positive out of a bad situation" following the drama.

However, this doesn't mean Cardi is taking the invasion of the couple's privacy lightly.

Cardi's attorney, Scott Mason, told TMZ that their team is launching a full investigation to track the hacker down, and aims to take legal action.

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