Cardi B Apologizes After Facing Backlash For Hosting 37-Person Thanksgiving Dinner

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Cardi B has apologised after she received heavy criticism over the Thanksgiving family gathering at her home amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

It came after the famous American rapper hosted a 37-person celebration and posted a series of tweets about the get-together over the weekend.

She initially tweeted: “Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy your family & friends and the turkey legs,” before adding: “12kids and 25 adults over the holidays.”

The Centre for Disease Control has warned against social gatherings this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which is why Cardi’s party came as a shock to the public.

Also videos which surfaced from the celebration showed that social distancing rules were flouted which angered more fans.

After receiving criticism for her actions, she defended the move by explaining that she made sure everyone in her house was tested beforehand and apologised.

“Sorry my bad wasn’t trying to make nobody feel bad.I just had my family in my home for the first time and it felt so good & uplifted me .I spent soo much money getting every1 tested but it felt worth it.I wasnt trying to offend no1,” she said.

“ME specially and everyone that works around me get tested literally 4 times a week.Im In the middle of work and Everytime we clock in we MUST GET TESTED!.”

It was just last month that the ‘WAP’ rapper received criticism after hosting a large birthday party in Las Vegas. It was at this party that Cardi was spotted kissing Offset, shortly after she filed for divorce.

It comes after British pop singer Rita Ora also apologised on Monday for breaching UK lockdown rules after holding a “small” gathering with friends to celebrate her 30th birthday.

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