Cardi B Shares Porn Habits After Candace Owens Calls for Ban, Says It Can ‘Teach Men How to Please a Woman’

The "Enough (Miami)" rapper pushed back against Owens' opinion that pornography is a "psychological weapon to weaken our men."

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Cardi B isn't on Candace Owens' side when it comes to pornography.

Last week, the American conservative pundit called for a porn ban, calling it a "psychological weapon intended to weaken our men" on X. While some countered Owens' opinion, there were unfavorable reactions, one of which came from Cardi B, who reacted to one of Owens' X posts on Instagram.

According to TMZ, Cardi B, who's been openly sexual in her music and public image, defended porn. "Ommmggg why yall so against porn ? Is it that bad for yall ? I enjoy it but I don't know I guess is like a 6 time a year thing. I personally don't feel no connection or addiction to it just a little quick one two ... NOTHING LIKE REAL INTIMACY," she wrote.

In another comment, Cardi wrote, "How ? It should actually teach men how to please a woman."

Tweet by Candace Owens discussing the influence of homosexuals, pedophiles, and perverts in powerful positions, with a link to a Daily Mail article

The response should come as no surprise from the "WAP" rapper, who took up for the aforementioned 2020 Megan Thee Stallion-assisted single in a recent Vogue interview.

“Maybe because we’re more mainstream now, the song reached more conservative people over the internet. I guess it made some soccer moms cry,” Cardi said about the song. “But I cannot believe the song became so political. I am very used to hearing explicit lyrics from women. Growing up I listened to TrinaKhiaLil' KimFoxy Brown. Their lyrics were more explicit than mine!”

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