Did Pardison Fontaine Offer A Subliminal Reply To Rumors Cardi B Stole His Bars?

The Internet suggested he was a ghostwriter or a victim of theft, but he's actually a credited contributor.

(AllHipHop News) Some digital sleuths thought they had exposed Belcalis "Cardi B" Almanzar as a song thief. An old video of East Coast spitter Pardison Fontaine rapping lyrics that also appear in Cardi's "Be Careful" began circulating on social media.

It turns out Fontaine is actually credited as a writer on the song, under the name Jordan Thorpe. In addition, Pardi and Cardi have been working together for awhile. Thorpe also co-wrote the Grammy-nominated "Bodak Yellow."

With the "stealing" rumors spreading across the net, Pardison may have delivered a message that responds to the noise around Belcalis. He tweeted, "Alotta ppl gonna feel silly."

Pardison Fontaine is a recording artist in his own right. The videos for his tracks "WOOOA," "In The Field," and "Food" have collected over 100,000 views on YouTube, respectively.

A remix of "In The Field" includes contributions from Fabolous and Casanova 2x. In 2015, Pardi also got a Cardi B cameo for his "Too Good" video.

Khelani was caught up in the songwriting controversy involving Cardi as well. However, the R&B/Pop singer stated in a video, "The story about somebody posting a song from 4 years ago... Somebody just dropped a song from 4 years ago, a guy. Me posting a Cardi song, with her own lyric from the song, had nothing to do with it."