Cardi B is not here to slander Sha’Carri Richardson.
Cardi came to the suspended sprinter’s defense on Saturday, July 3, after Australian journalist Claire Lehman jumped out the window with the theory that Richardson could be on steroids. The sprinter made headlines after being suspended by the United States Anti-Doping Association on Friday, June 2, for testing positive for marijuana, following her high-profile Olympic Trials victory last month. Lehmann claims that Richardson’s long hair and nails prove that she can also take performance-enhancing drugs. An assumption that made Lehmann a trending topic on Twitter. Cardi had time to respond. “BIOTIN …… .You need your fine hair,” the “Up” rapper replied to Lehmann’s wild assertions, referring to the vitamin B supplement.
Cardi also brought up the subject on Instagram. “That’s how I feel about Sha’Carri’s situation, isn’t it. I feel like we can’t change the weather,” Bardi told his fans. “I feel like the Olympics are going to try to be so hard on her because it’s been a big situation. However, that doesn’t take anything away [from the fact] that she is the most talked about athlete. In three years, she will be the most anticipated No.1 at the Olympics. “
Lehmann’s assertions are circumstantial at best. “I don’t know if the fingernails are real or fake, but in case you didn’t know very strong fingernails and hair can be a side effect of steroid use,” she tweeted, clearly unfamiliar with the use of hair extensions and press nails. . “Listen, the people on the track know who’s and who’s not under the roids. Just because they couldn’t contact her doesn’t mean they don’t know.”
Lehman then compared Richardson to late sprinter Florence “Flo Jo” Joyner, who died aged 38, claiming that Joyner was also a storoides user.
Lehmann isn’t the first person to try to call Richardson. Wack 100 also talked about the sprinter saying, “She let us down as a people.”
Richardson is currently serving a one-month suspension, which could make her eligible to compete in the Tokyo Olympics in 2021.
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