Cardi B responds to online troll who called three-year-old daughter Kulture 'autistic' as she tells them to 'go play in traffic'... but gets blowback as fans point out that autism is not an 'insult'

Cardi B fired up a strong response to an online troll who called her three-year-old daughter Kulture 'autistic' in a Tweet on Friday. 

'My daughter is not autistic…You can't call her ugly so y'all have to diagnose her wit something. Go play in traffic b***h,' the rapper, 29, replied in the heat of the moment.

However, her response received mixed reviews from fans who pointed out that autism is not to be taken as an insult. 

Protective mom: Cardi B fired up a strong response to an online troll who called her three-year-old daughter Kulture 'autistic' in a Tweet on Friday

Protective mom: Cardi B fired up a strong response to an online troll who called her three-year-old daughter Kulture 'autistic' in a Tweet on Friday

The since-deleted Tweet that promoted the musician's reply read, 'Your daughter is literally autistic and you're on stan twitter instead of making sure she's not sticking her finger in outlets.' 

Many of Cardi's fans pleaded with the entertainer to simply ignore the troll, but she continued in another Tweet, writing, 'WHY YALL BRING UP KIDS FOR? Wtf my kids gotta do wit yall misery?' 

Her fans then questioned the WAP singer's reply, with one asking: 'You have every right to defend your child. I'm just trying to understand why saying a child is autistic would be used as an insult.'

Heated: 'My daughter is not autistic…You can’t call her ugly so y’all have to diagnose her wit her wit something. Go play in traffic b***h,' the rapper, 29, replied in the heat of the moment

Heated: 'My daughter is not autistic…You can't call her ugly so y'all have to diagnose her wit her wit something. Go play in traffic b***h,' the rapper, 29, replied in the heat of the moment

Upset: Many of Cardi's fan pleaded with her to simply ignore the troll, but she continued in another Tweet, writing, 'WHY YALL BRING UP KIDS FOR? Wtf my kids gotta do wit yall misery?'

Upset: Many of Cardi's fan pleaded with her to simply ignore the troll, but she continued in another Tweet, writing, 'WHY YALL BRING UP KIDS FOR? Wtf my kids gotta do wit yall misery?'

'If you don't understand anything pertaining to a child having autism you should know that they are gifted and amazing in their own individual way,' they added. 

Another user wrote, 'I have to[sic] grandsons with Autism. They are my heart. I don't know what made people call your daughter Autistic, but it's nothing to be ashamed of.' 

The Bodak Yellow singer faced similar criticism in the past, and in an Instagram Live rant streamed in April 2022, she responded, once again clarifying her kids do not have autism.

'There's nothing wrong with that disorder. I have friends that have children that are autistic. But my kid doesn't have that. So if I want to say, "Don't put that s**t on my kid," I can say that.'

Not an insult: However, her response received mixed reviews from fans who pointed out that autism is not to be taken as an insult

Not an insult: However, her response received mixed reviews from fans who pointed out that autism is not to be taken as an insult

Thoughtful: Another user added, 'I have to grandsons with Autism. They are my heart. I don't know what made people call your daughter Autistic, but it's nothing to be ashamed of'

Thoughtful: Another user added, 'I have to grandsons with Autism. They are my heart. I don't know what made people call your daughter Autistic, but it's nothing to be ashamed of'

'Why am I wrong for me saying "Don't put that s**t on my f*****g kid," but the person that's tweeting that is not wrong?' she asked. 

Cardi - born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - shares Kulture, as well as son Wave Set Cephus, nine months, with Migos rapper Offset, 30. 

The star has previously opened up about online bullying and why she and her husband waited before they revealed their son's name, in an interview with Essence.

'We went through a lot of sad things when it comes to [our daughter] Kulture — terrible behavior that not even the older kids have ever been through,' Cardi explained.  

Hitting back: She previously responded to similar criticism, saying: 'Why am I wrong for me saying "Don’t put that s**t on my f*****g kid," but the person that’s tweeting that is not wrong?'

Hitting back: She previously responded to similar criticism, saying: 'Why am I wrong for me saying 'Don't put that s**t on my f*****g kid,' but the person that's tweeting that is not wrong?'  

Trolling: The entertainer has also spoken about the trolling her daughter has received: 'So many people will post mean, disgusting things, just to get a reaction from us'

Trolling: The entertainer has also spoken about the trolling her daughter has received: 'So many people will post mean, disgusting things, just to get a reaction from us'

When their baby boy was born in September 2021, the couple - who have been married since 2017 - decided to wait so that they wouldn't have to put themselves through the same experience. 

'So many people will post mean, disgusting things, just to get a reaction from us. We want to protect our feelings, because we get very, very angry and upset,' she revealed.  

The relentless online bullying also led Cardi to make her daughter's Instagram page - boasting more than 2 million followers - private. 

Happy family: Cardi - born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - shares Culture, as well as son Wave Set Cephus, nine months, with Migos rapper Offset, 30; Pictured on Mother's Day 2022

Happy family: Cardi - born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar - shares Culture, as well as son Wave Set Cephus, nine months, with Migos rapper Offset, 30; Pictured on Mother's Day 2022

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Cardi B responds to online troll who called daughter Kulture 'autistic'

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