Netflix’s Tiger King: Cardi B gets lost watching Joe Exotic saga because she started ‘f**king’

Cardi B got lost watching Tiger King because an aubergine emoji got in the way (Picture: Netflix/Getty)

Tiger King has frazzled poor Cardi B because she got distracted having sex – but thankfully Netflix was there to help. 

For those of you yet to devour the wild ride that is Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, the seven-episode true crime series follows Joe Exotic, a notoriously eccentric zookeeper, and his big cat keeper rival Carole Baskin. 

Joe was sentenced for 22 years in January 2019 for trying to murder Carole, but from the moment the cameras began rolling to hearing his sentence, it’s a lot. Like tiger attacks, Prince Alberts and a race to become the next President of The United States, a lot. 

No wonder then Cardi – real name Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar – couldn’t keep up when suddenly she had to take a break to start ‘f**king’. 

The 27-year-old tweeted: ‘What ya think bout TigerKing? I’m on the second episode and I’m a little lost cause I started f**king.’

What about Tiger King got Cardi in the mood is almost a bigger mystery than the documentary itself, but Netflix offered a helping hand. 

‘i’ll catch you up. where’d you stop? or .. rather, where’d you start?’ they wrote back. Really though, where was she at?

Cardi isn’t the only celebrity gripped by Joe – even if she is the one to openly admit to getting turned on mid-binge. 

Kim Kardashian is just as gripped as the rest of us and has been looking for answers surrounding the mystery that is the disappearance of Carole’s first husband, multi-millionaire Jack ‘Don Lewis. 

The A-list are obsessed with Joe Exotic too (Credits: AP)

‘Has anyone seen Tiger King on Netflix?!?! It is crazy!!!!’ she blurted to her fandom on Twitter. 

‘Wow the amount of texts I’ve gotten about Tiger King since I tweeted about it all have mentioned their belief that Carol killed her husband! 

‘What are your thoughts? Do you think Carol killed him? (Sic)’ 

Netflix subscribers have hailed the series as the ‘most disturbing and addictive documentary ever’. And they’re not wrong. 

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is available to stream on Netflix now. 

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