Whether it was really an accident or one of Hollywood's "accidents," we cannot confirm. But straight males are not complaining,
Cardi B posted a nude photo on her Instagram story, but she quickly deleted it. However, she wasn't fast enough.
Cardi B talks about the photo
The rapper, who just turned 28, immediately realized her error and turned off her phone in a bid to stop the photo's upload.
Yet, she failed, and social networks had a meltdown.
Well, first, it was Cardi's meltdown, but her fans got her a hashtag, the ultimate prize on social media.
Nipples as salami
Cardi B soon realized that she gave herself great publicity, so she commented:
Everybody and their mom saw my big a** salami nipple t*****s.
Lord, why the f*** you have to make me so f***ing stupid? Why, why, why?
You know what? I'm not going to beat myself up about it.
I'm just going to eat my breakfast and then I'm going to go to the party.
This was a somewhat realistic argument. If it happened to you, you would share Cardi's thoughts.
I am not going to think about it... No, I won't. It is what it is. S*** happened.
F*** it, it's not even the first time. I used to be a stripper, so whatever.
And the monologue ended with: "Ay, Dios, Mio."
Not the first recent celebrity nude accident
While Cardi B's 77 million fans had their moments of shock, pleasure, and whatnot, last month, Avengers star Chris Evans accidentally shared an explicit image on Instagram.
Like Cardi, he felt it was not a big deal.
Things happen. It's embarrassing. You've got to roll with the punches.
We saw nude pictures of almost every famous person, so it really isn't that shocking. Perhaps for the celebrity in question, but we are all humans; our parts are all the same.
Cardi B started #BoobsOutForCardi
Fans of the rapper started uploading semi or fully naked photos of themselves to express their support.
Cardi felt that she needed to address why her areolas were big, so newly single mom said:
I breastfed a baby for three months t*****s got bigger, so nipples got bigger.
The musician divorced this September from rapper Offset. She simply stated:
When you feel like it's not the same anymore before you actually get cheated on, I'd rather just be; you know what I'm saying?
She added that she is not feeling down and thanked people for showing her love.
So, whether intentional or not, the nude photo sparked a meaningful conversation. Why are people commenting on someone's areolas?