Cardi B called Casey Anthony a 'disgrace of a mother'

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By Asiya Ali

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Cardi B has spoken out against the release of the new Peacock docuseries on the Casey Anthony trial.

Anthony, 36, first garnered media interest over a decade ago following the disappearance and subsequent death of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.

The woman, who was once dubbed the "most hated mom in America" by the media, was acquitted of murder, manslaughter, and child abuse. But, she still served a prison sentence for providing false information to law enforcement, per Fox News.

On November 29, Peacock debuted a three-part docuseries titled: Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies - where the infamous mom gave her first on-camera interview. However, not many people, including celebrities, are happy with Anthony's sudden resurgence.

Check out Cardi B's tweet below:

After news of the series hit the internet, Cardi B took to Twitter to angrily write: "I don't give a damn how they flip it, switch it, turn it, toss it Casey Anthony is a disgrace of a mother, and she shouldn't have a uterus.

"I don’t feel bad for her or for the daddy YALL KNOW WHAT HAPPENED to that baby!!!!", the 'Bodak Yellow' musician frustratedly added.

The outspoken hitmaker, 30, is no stranger to the court system and has appeared in front of a judge several times. Upon seeing her tweet, many people on the social media platform decided to also share their opinion on Anthony's documentary.

One outraged user wrote: "The fact that they even gave her a platform to speak about the situation is SICKKKK."

Another angry viewer chimed in and said: "FACTS!! I watched every single day of that trial and poor excuse for a mother is despicable and should be in jail! They fumbled that case on purpose if you ask me."

A third person also remarked: "Couldn’t even watch past the first episode. Just disgraceful and a waste of time smfh."

Lastly, a fourth user commented: "Yasss Cardi!!! I can’t even watch the new show on @peacock. That case, praying for Caylee gave me daily anxiety."

Anthony was arrested a day after reporting Caylee missing after claiming she had disappeared with a babysitter in 2008. Her daughter's lifeless body was discovered six months later, wrapped in duct tape, after she went missing in a woodland area near her family home.

There was much speculation on how exactly the child died and who was accountable for her death - as even the medical examiner was unable to conclude how her death had occurred.

At the time, an estimated 40 million people watched Anthony's trial in 2011, which ended with her acquittal on counts of murder, manslaughter, and aggravated child abuse.

Despite dodging those counts, she was still convicted of lying to the police investigating her daughter's disappearance in 2008 and served three years in prison.

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Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder charges. Credit: ABACAPRESS / Alamy

According to Variety, the director of the series, Alexandra Dean, said in a statement that the main purpose of the show is to get closer "to the unbiased truth by hearing all sides of the story," which will include "opposing voices to Casey herself".

"What emerges over the course of multiple interviews recorded over six months is a startling psychological portrait of Casey Anthony and a complete narrative of what she says happened to her daughter weighed against multiple sources of potential evidence," she said.

"I believe the result will surprise many and cause the American public to look at this story in a new light," the director added in her statement.

Since the release of the docuseries, Anthony has revealed why she lied to the police, stating that it derived from being abused as a child. She also reiterated the previous claims she'd made about being abused at the hands of her father - something he has always denied - and explained the partying photos taken during Caylee's disappearance.

Featured image credit: Anne-Marie Forker / Alamy

Cardi B called Casey Anthony a 'disgrace of a mother'

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By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Cardi B has spoken out against the release of the new Peacock docuseries on the Casey Anthony trial.

Anthony, 36, first garnered media interest over a decade ago following the disappearance and subsequent death of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.

The woman, who was once dubbed the "most hated mom in America" by the media, was acquitted of murder, manslaughter, and child abuse. But, she still served a prison sentence for providing false information to law enforcement, per Fox News.

On November 29, Peacock debuted a three-part docuseries titled: Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies - where the infamous mom gave her first on-camera interview. However, not many people, including celebrities, are happy with Anthony's sudden resurgence.

Check out Cardi B's tweet below:

After news of the series hit the internet, Cardi B took to Twitter to angrily write: "I don't give a damn how they flip it, switch it, turn it, toss it Casey Anthony is a disgrace of a mother, and she shouldn't have a uterus.

"I don’t feel bad for her or for the daddy YALL KNOW WHAT HAPPENED to that baby!!!!", the 'Bodak Yellow' musician frustratedly added.

The outspoken hitmaker, 30, is no stranger to the court system and has appeared in front of a judge several times. Upon seeing her tweet, many people on the social media platform decided to also share their opinion on Anthony's documentary.

One outraged user wrote: "The fact that they even gave her a platform to speak about the situation is SICKKKK."

Another angry viewer chimed in and said: "FACTS!! I watched every single day of that trial and poor excuse for a mother is despicable and should be in jail! They fumbled that case on purpose if you ask me."

A third person also remarked: "Couldn’t even watch past the first episode. Just disgraceful and a waste of time smfh."

Lastly, a fourth user commented: "Yasss Cardi!!! I can’t even watch the new show on @peacock. That case, praying for Caylee gave me daily anxiety."

Anthony was arrested a day after reporting Caylee missing after claiming she had disappeared with a babysitter in 2008. Her daughter's lifeless body was discovered six months later, wrapped in duct tape, after she went missing in a woodland area near her family home.

There was much speculation on how exactly the child died and who was accountable for her death - as even the medical examiner was unable to conclude how her death had occurred.

At the time, an estimated 40 million people watched Anthony's trial in 2011, which ended with her acquittal on counts of murder, manslaughter, and aggravated child abuse.

Despite dodging those counts, she was still convicted of lying to the police investigating her daughter's disappearance in 2008 and served three years in prison.

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Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder charges. Credit: ABACAPRESS / Alamy

According to Variety, the director of the series, Alexandra Dean, said in a statement that the main purpose of the show is to get closer "to the unbiased truth by hearing all sides of the story," which will include "opposing voices to Casey herself".

"What emerges over the course of multiple interviews recorded over six months is a startling psychological portrait of Casey Anthony and a complete narrative of what she says happened to her daughter weighed against multiple sources of potential evidence," she said.

"I believe the result will surprise many and cause the American public to look at this story in a new light," the director added in her statement.

Since the release of the docuseries, Anthony has revealed why she lied to the police, stating that it derived from being abused as a child. She also reiterated the previous claims she'd made about being abused at the hands of her father - something he has always denied - and explained the partying photos taken during Caylee's disappearance.

Featured image credit: Anne-Marie Forker / Alamy