Kanye West has become one of the music industry's most polarizing personalities. While some artists have condemned 'Ye for his new socio-political opinions, Cardi B made it clear that she won't chastise him for putting his faith in the forefront. 

Wild'n Out staple and 85 South Show co-host, Karlous Miller, took to Twitter where he claimed that Kanye "fell off" but people refuse to admit it. Somehow his tweet made its way to Hollywood Unlocked's Instagram account where Cardi saw his opinion. The rapper took Miller's statement as him denouncing 'Ye's religious approach to the album. As a result, she commented: "Kanye West found God and people call that falling off."

Kanye made his love for Christ known in the early stages of his career with songs like "Jesus Walks." Yet, the rapper has recently taken this affection to the next level. Yeezy scraped the album that was meant to be Yandhi in exchange for his recently released Jesus Is King project.

This transition left a lot of songs on the cutting room floor like his collaboration with Ty Dolla Sign and Nicki Minaj called "New Body." When asked about this, Minaj told The Shade Room that she doesn't know what will come of the track. But like Cardi, she stood by the acclaimed musician. "We ain’t seeing eye to eye on it," Minaj said after claiming that Kanye wants to make the track into a gospel song. "I don’t know, but of course, I love and respect Kanye, and Kim, we’ll see what happens with that."