As a former dancer and someone who applies raunchy themes to her raps, Cardi B is one to embrace the explicit side of life. The Bronx native fired back at the Utah government regarding an anti-porn bill (H.B. 72) that was signed into action earlier in March, which would restrict porn viewing with adult content filters on all new mobile devices and tablets sold in the state.

Cardi B wasn’t happy with the new legislation and blasted the state government on Tuesday (March 30). She brought up the hypocrisy seen in Utah not condemning the alleged lewd actions of the FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).

“I respect everyone’s religion but Utah restricting porn and not regulating the disgusting things that happens in the FLDS,” she wrote. “That cult is disturbing.”

The 28-year-old continued, “I understand that .I will understand if they restrict porn because the state is very religious however they allow soo much disgusting things out there that they claim is part of their religion and that’s MOLESTING CHILDREN …Look it up!”

Cardi B wasn’t the only one to criticize the bill, as adult film star Cherie DeVille was also among the detractors calling on the governor to veto the bill since she believes it violates residents’ First Amendment rights.

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The bill isn’t as cut-and-dry of a pure ban on porn as it might seem on its face. According to Snopes and The Associated Press, phones and tablets sold in the state would initially come with adult content filters but the restrictions can be turned off by the device’s owner. H.B. 72 also still doesn’t have a concrete implementation date to begin taking effect yet as well.