Cardi B isn’t here for the haters or the fakes.

Just one day after she announced her debut studio album Invasion of Privacy, the rapper was hit with a wave of tweets from those who questioned her skills and accomplishments. Cardi, of course, had to remind the critics of who she is.

“I will never let nobody discredit me, before i sign to Atlantic i put 2 mixtapes out and i was pushing FOREVA by myself,” she wrote. “I went to Renaissance HS for musical theater. I been love music. After high school i Stopped wanna know why? cause music DONT PAY YOUR FUCKING BILLS A JOB DOES”

The Bronx rapper also took the time to call out the people who have been posting fake tracklists of her upcoming album, as well as those who are forecasting the project’s sales. Cardi asked her followers to stop sharing their predictions, as she’s already having anxiety over the big release.

It’s a shame Cardi has to deal with this kind of negativity during an otherwise exciting time. Though we can’t blame the “Bodak Yellow” rapper for experiencing nervousness, it’s safe to say she has nothing to be worried about. It seems like even her haters know the long-awaited album will rack up some impressive numbers. 

Invasion of Privacy is set to drop April 6.