Social media personality Celina Powell accused various celebrities of making her get an abortion then admitted she was “trolling” after Cardi B tweeted a 2018 article proving that she “faked” the incident.
Powell claimed to have had relations with celebrities such as Odell Beckham, Snoop Dog, Aaron Carter, Eminem, and Offset, Heavy reports.
In a TikTok posted Sunday, Powell posted a series of photos of famous artists and wrote, “All [the] celebs who made me get an ab*rtion.” She captioned the video, “Comment which one I should have kept.”
The video, which has accumulated over 114,000 likes and 8,200 shares, caught the attention of rapper Cardi B. The WAP rapper responded to Powell’s with a screengrab of a 2018 article in which Powell “admits she faked” Offset’s paternity test.
Cardi B wrote, “You must be new on social media….here let me take you way back.” Commenters reacted to Cardi B’s search bar in the screengrab, which said “celina powell lies on offset.”
Powell tweeted that Cardi B “sucks the fun out of me trolling every damn time.”
Amid Powell’s renewed claims about various artists, old text messages allegedly between Powell and Drake also went viral again. The screenshots show Powell’s messages to Drake and his responses: “Def never gave you my number” and “I want noooooo parts.”
Powell, who did not immediately respond to the Daily Dot’s request for comment, posted another TikTok on Tuesday of a cease and desist letter including Offset’s real name, Kiari Cephus.
The letter, which was issued in December 2017, demanded that Powell stop “making statements concerning Mr. Cephus” and make no attempt to contact him.
In a Instagram video posted by DJ Akademiks in 2018, Powell says she’s sorry if she made Cardi B believe that “Offset was the father” of her “pretend baby.”
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