This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Cardi B has a special message for her fans. She wants them to stay safe and shatter the taboos surrounding sexual misconduct.

The 29-year-old rapper shared a series of tweets Thursday about Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which occurs every April, encouraging her followers to speak up instead of feeling ashamed if they ever experience sexual misconduct.

"Before April is over, don't forget it's sexual assault awareness month, no means no! It doesn't matter what you wear, it doesn't matter who you are, male or female. For anyone going through this, the shame is not yours to carry… it's the monsters who do this," wrote the Grammy winner.

In a follow-up tweet, the mom of two urged parents to encourage their children to talk to their family about uncomfortable situations.

"Also parents we can't forget our children. There are sick people everywhere, daycare, schools, you name it. Make sure you teach them from an early age, no one is to touch your private parts & never be afraid to tell mommy & daddy when someone makes you uncomfortable," she added.

A fan responded to her tweets with more advice for kids who have experienced sexual assault.

"Also teach them secrets are not good, no matter how small. Sadly fam/friends can tell them its our secret abs since they close they think its ok, no secrets ever!! Also make sure u don't use that word either w them so they know secrets are bad and be told," the Twitter user shared.

"Yeup! That's how they manipulate kids," replied Cardi.

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This April marks the 21st anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which focuses on "both awareness and prevention of sexual assault, harassment and abuse," according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Cardi B had earlier revealed that she herself was a victim of sexual assault. On an episode of We TV's "Untold Stories of Hip Hop" in 2019, the singer opened up that she was sexually assaulted during a magazine shoot. However, she did not reveal the names of the magazine or the photographer or when the incident took place.

"I was so (expletive) mad, and I was just like, 'This is crazy,'" she told radio host Angie Martinez at the time.