Cardi B is a clapback queen, and her ability to demolish haters who criticize her every move has only sharpened since the birth of her daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus. Since she officially announced her pregnancy with her husband, rapper Offset, Cardi B has experienced plenty of mom-shaming that warrants her signature snappy responses on social media. 

Critics slammed her for being a mom and performing at the Adult Video News awards. She also posted a response to people slut- and mom-shaming her for the racy photos she shared of the costumes she performed in at the awards show. 

"Can I be sexy one time and not get called a slut? Sheeesh," she wrote in an Instagram post of yet another shot of her striking a pose in a blue lingerie costume.

Aside from questioning Cardi B's motherhood over sexy outfits, critics have also mom-shamed her for super-minuscule things, like how she dresses her baby. 

This isn't unlike how Beyoncé was mom-shamed for how she styled Blue Ivy's hair and how Kim Kardashian was recently called out for letting her daughter North West wear makeup and a dress to a Sunday church service.

Apparently, these shamers still haven't gotten the memo that mom-shaming is actually another form of misogyny. It stems from the idea that not only do women deserve to be criticized for everything they do, but also that women are defined by motherhood standards set by others.  

Check out exactly how Cardi B handled shamers this time around.