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Cardi B has never been one to hold back her opinions, especially on social media.
The rapper launched a massive tirade on Twitter over the weekend when she saw a Republican politician discuss her Grammys performance of 'WAP' on the House floor.
Glenn Grothman, a Republican from Wisconsin, described the racy rendition as contributing to the 'moral decline of America'.
He added there have been thousands of messages made to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from angry viewers who were upset they were subjected to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion performing their duet.
The politician told the House floor: "I've received some complaints in my office, and rightfully so, about Cardi B and the Grammys.
"They wonder why we are paying the FCC if they feel this should be in living rooms across the nation. Wake up, FCC, and begin to do your job. The moral decline of America is partly due to your utter complacency."
Cardi B was shocked official time was being used to debate her Grammys set rather than what she believes are more important issues.
She took to Twitter to blast Grothman and demanded he get back to trying to fix the country.
"This gets me so mad ya don't even know! I think we all been on the edge this week since we seen police brutality back to back including watching one of the biggest case in history go down DUE to police brutality but wait ! This is wat [sic] state representative decide to talk about," she said.
The 28-year-old was referring to Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict for George Floyd's death.
She continued: "Mind you Nikkas can't give a word about Jacob Blake or give him proper Justice but this part of the reason why !!!!! They giving seats to F**KIN IDIOTS!!
"This is why people gotta vote, elect better people cause you got these dum asses representing states."
Grothman admitted to TMZ that he only managed to get two minutes into the 'WAP' performance at the Grammys before switching it off.
His reasons for his early departure was that he found it 'offensive' and 'boring'.
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