Her comments on social media come following an apology issued by the Dalai Lama over a controversial video involving a young boy.
Cardi B took to Twitter to urge people to teach their children to beware of predators, saying, “This world is full of predators.” She did not make mention of the spiritual leader. “They prey on the innocent. The ones who are most unknowing, our children. Predators could be our neighbors, our school teachers, even people wit money ,power & our churches. Constantly talk with your kids about boundaries and what they shouldn’t allow people to do to them,” the rapper tweeted.
Cardi—who shares Kulture, 4, and Wave, 19 months, with Offset—then shared a glimpse into her house rules, writing in a second tweet, “No sleep overs nothing!!!”
She also explained how she feels the conversation with kids should go, tweeting, “from the time you start potty training your kids you should tell them DONT LET nobody touch your privates, enter the bathroom wit you and don’t keep no secrets away from mommy.”
On Monday the Dalai Lama apologised after he faced allegations of inappropriate behaviour after kissing a young boy on the lips and asking him to “suck his tongue” at a public event in India.
The interaction, which took place in late February at the Dalai Lama’s temple in Dharamshala, was attended by about 100 young students who had just graduated from the Indian M3M Foundation.
The Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is the holiest figure in Tibetan Buddhism and has lived in exile in India since 1959, when Tibet was annexed by China.