Jack King Insists He's Telling The Truth About Alleged Cardi B Drugging And Robbery
Several men have come forward to say that Cardi B drugged and robbed them during a prostitution deal gone bad, but only one is standing by his story. Actor Jack King has been on Instagram for several days maintaining that he is one of Cardi B's victim. The word is used loosely by some who feel that a man who is allegedly soliciting prostitution can't be a victim at the same time. That may not hold up under legal scrutiny; however, as if someone were to murder another person during the process of a crime they could still be prosecuted. Criminal activity doesn't give someone a free pass to escape justice.
According to Cardi B's own statement, she was not drugging and robbing men when she was in fear for her life or under immediate bodily harm or threat. She said the following.
"The men I spoke about in my live were men that I dated that I was involve [sic] with men that were conscious willing and aware. I have a past that I can't change. We all do."
Jack King's story isn't one where he was willing to be drugged or robbed. And not everyone believes him. Some have accused King of trying to ride the story and get publicity, clout, or some acting gigs. King continues to use hashtags that include #Actor as well as #SurivingCardiB. He also uses hashtags like #mentoo.
Some believe him. Some think that if you solicit a prostitute you get what you deserve. Some have compared Cardi B to the likes of R. Kelly and Bill Cosby.
You may read Cardi B's full statement in response to a resurfaced video where she discussed drugging and robbing men below.
Jack King is going forward with his story and said he refuses to delete his videos where he makes the claim that he saw a box of Monistat fall from Cardi B's purse when he went to a hotel room with her, expecting to pay for sexual services but instead took a drink, passed out, and woke up without his clothes or money.
Some believe that the little detail of Cardi B and a box of Monistat verify his story. Others aren't so sure. It does seem; however, that the more Jack King talks the more people are listening and the more people are discussing whether Cardi B gets a free pass for her actions since she was a stripper dealing with men who were seeking the services of a prostitute
What do you think? Do you think Cardi B gets a free pass? Do you think Cardi B should be canceled? Do you believe Jack King?