After spending her time in isolation watching Tiger King, Cardi B vowed to start a GoFundMe account for flamboyant tiger breeder Joe Exotic.
But the rapper's big Twitter talk about raising money for his defense won't happen -- because GoFundMe doesn't open its platform to inmates convicted of violent crimes. Exotic, born Joe Maldonado-Passage, was convicted of trying to hire a hit on his nemesis, Carole Baskin.
Once Cardi got word about the company's terms of service stipulation, she backtracked and maintained she was only joking when she offered to start the defense fund.
'Omg I was just playing,' the I Like It rapper began in a new Tweet on Monday.
'I do love him tho and he deff needed better representation.'
No Go: Cardi B's push to start a GoFundMe for Joe Exotic won't happen because the company doesn't open the platform up to inmates convicted of violent crimes
And then in her own unique Cardi humor, she ended with, 'ooooooooooooooooooo here kitty kitty,' in a reference to the Tiger King star.
Cardi's wave of support for Joe Exotic started after she watched Netflix's new seven-part documentary on Thursday.
'Carol you think you slick b****,' she wrote, referencing Baskin, an animal rights activist and founder of Florida's Big Cat Rescue.
Oops: The Like It rapper, 27, revealed she was joking when she vowed to start GFM account
Social media frenzy: Cardi's wave of support for Joe Exotic started after she watched Netflix's new seven-part documentary Tiger King on Thursday
Baskin's feud with Joe Exotic over the practice of petting tiger cubs and his private breeding operation is thoroughly documented in the series.
He was arrested in 2018 and later convicted of attempted murder after he tried to hire an FBI agent to kill Baskin. He was also convicted of multiple animal rights violations.
Cardi may have though Baskin was 'slick' because of conspiracy theories about the conservationist.