In a series of tweets, the rapper, Cardi B vowed to launch a GoFundMe account to free Joe Exotic.
The 'Tiger King' star is in prison after a jury found him guilty in a murder-for-hire plot to kill his archnemesis, Carole Baskin. He was also convicted of animal-related crimes.
If Cardi B was serious about raising cash for Joe Exotic via GoFundMe, she's about to be stopped in her Tiger tracks because the company won't allow it.
Money CANNOT be raised on its platform to fund the defence of inmates convicted of violent crimes, according to a GFM rep. It's in their terms of service and everyone, including Cardi, who uses GoFundMe has to abide.
After TMZ shot down her idea, noting that GoFundMe doesn't allow fundraisers in defense of inmates convicted of violent crimes, Cardi tweeted that she was joking about her whole Free Joe Exotic movement.
"Omg I was just playing," she wrote, before adding, "I do love him tho and he deff needed better representation .oooooooooooooooooo here Kitty Kitty."
Funny enough, not too long after Cardi vowed to free Joe via GoFundMe, an actual account with her name popped up to do just that. It's been yanked, though and the $100 it raised was refunded. We're told it was a bogus account, NOT associated with the real CB.