Cardi B attends the Harper's BAZAAR "ICONS by Carine Roitfeld" party at The Plaza on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018, New York. Picture: AP

International rapper Cardi B came under fire for a transphobic post on her official Facebook page over the weekend but claims she did not publish it.

In the Facebook post, a popular meme with a cartoon character looking out of a window with the post captioned: "I hope nobody sees this tr***y leave my house" with laughing emojis above it. 

Social media erupted after the post with many pointing out Cardi's transphobic past, while others called for her to be cancelled. 

Following the backlash, Cardi responded to the offensive meme on her Twitter account, claiming that it must've been a former team member, as this person is the only of one who has had access to the account. 

"It's come to my attention that there have been offensive posts made on what used to be my Facebook page. For the past year and a half a FORMER team member has been the only one with access to the account," she wrote.

The Twitterverse was not impressed by her answer, because it lacked an apology. 

I know Cardi B posted that transphobic meme — just like I know it wasn’t her who tweeted that it wasn’t her who posted it.

— 🏳️‍🌈 original batty mon ✨ (@snacktavist) September 17, 2018

The Facebook post has since been deleted.