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Cardi B Defends Offset After His Phone Is Hacked & Flirty DMs Are Leaked

Cardi B Pursing Lips Wearing Pink Sequin Crystal Halter Dress With Offset Looking left, Inset JADE
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Dec. 4 2019, Updated 12:07 p.m. ET

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Cardi B is standing by her man, hours after his Instagram was allegedly hacked and his DMs leaked.

It all started Tuesda, December 3, when Jade, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s girlfriend, shared a video on Instagram of her checking her phone and opening her DMs. One of them came from Offset’s account and read “Miss you fr."

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Cardi, 27, was accused of ordering an attack on Jade in August 2018 after the model allegedly slept with Offset, 27.

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“Your wife @iamcardib has a OPEN CRIMINAL CASE , why are you writing me you don’t respect her ???????" Jade wrote in the Instagram caption, tagging Offset.

As Radar reported, Cardi pleaded not guilty this June to attacking Jade at the strip club she allegedly worked at in Queens, NY.  Still, she could face up to four years in prison if convicted on attempted assault charges.

After Jade’s post, fans quickly began bashing Offset for allegedly trying to cheat on Cardi again. As Radar readers recall, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper dumped her hubby last year after she caught him being unfaithful. She also wrote a song about his pattern of messaging girls on Instagram, titled “Thru Your Phone.”

This Wednesday, December 4, however, she and Offset took to Instagram Stories to deny the claims he messaged Jade.

“I ain’t on no bull***t man,” Offset said in a video of him scrolling through his phone. On Cardi’s Story, he even showed an email he received from Instagram, confirming that his account was hacked.

While nothing’s been confirmed, fans noticed that around the time that Jade claimed Offset messaged her, he and Cardi were in bed sick with their daughter, Kulture, and Offset’s Twitter account was tweeting some wild comments that have since been deleted.

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