In the wake of new cheating rumors, Cardi B is defending Offset's assertion that his social media accounts were hacked. However, the internet's not entirely convinced that's what went down.

Earlier this morning, Tekashi 6ix9ine's girlfriend, Jade, called out the Migos member for allegedly sending her a flirty "miss you" message on Instagram. At 1:36 a.m., no less.

"Your wife @iamcardib has a OPEN CRIMINAL CASE, why are you writing me you don't respect her??????? There [is] a lot of shit I haven't exposed yet, but there's a time for that," Jade captioned the video, before quoting a Cardi lyric to get her point across. "I'm the QUEEN of talking shit now I'm backing it up."

Naturally, Jade's post got the internet talking. So, in response, Cardi decided to hit back via a series of videos posted to her own account.

Claiming that Offset was hacked, Cardi defended her man against the "bullshit."

"Everybody knows he's done some dumb shit. But come on now, [he's] not dumb, he's not crazy, we've been so good, we had a sweet weekend, our life has been good, he's not going to play himself like that," Cardi says in one video. "That's why I'm not going to entertain that, that's why I'm not getting rowdy. Simple as that."

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However, the overwhelming online response to Offset's explanation has been skepticism, especially after it was revealed that his Twitter was also supposedly hacked earlier today.

As some pointed out, the time lapse between his Instagram and Twitter being hacked is strange. Because while Offset's alleged thirst DM came in around 1 a.m., the explicit tweets reportedly began happening 12 hours later.

For her part, Jade also called out Offset via her Instagram story, asking why his explicit tweets didn't start at 1 a.m. "The hack started after you got exposed," she said, per E! News.

Offset has yet to further respond to speculation surrounding the hack.

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