Cardi posted a picture on Instagram after she posed on the red carpet at the Grammys this past Sunday (Jan. 28), with the caption, “They trinna crucify me like they did Christ.” That prompted Paul to respond with a comment of his own, writing: “Lawls you telling me.” Hundreds of Cardi fans quickly pounced on Paul in her comment section and skewered the controversial star, who last month created an insensitive vlog about Japan’s “Suicide Forest.”
“@loganpaul so, the bigoted white boy, trying to hog some fairy dust from the successful Latina?! Opportunistic trash,” wrote one Instagram user. “@loganpaul you’re sick in the head. Go away you old lady lookin ass,” said another fan. Paul wasn’t safe on Twitter either, as users thrashed him for his inappropriate comment. “Somebody come get Logan Paul out from Cardi B’s comments,” said @abetrod.
Cardi has yet to respond to Paul’s comments. After posting his suicide video last December, Paul was lambasted by the media, despite issuing several apologies. He went on hiatus and then returned Jan. 24 with a video about suicide prevention. Earlier this morning, he sat down with Good Morning America’s Michael Strahan for his first public interview since his debacle.
“It’s been tough because ironically I’m being told to commit suicide myself,” said an emotional Paul during the interview. “Millions of people literally telling me they hate me, to go die in a fire. The most horrible, horrific things.”