Over the past couple of days, Cardi has been tweeting about the new docu-series, which follows the bizarre story of Joe Exotic, a private zoo owner with hundreds of exotic animals who ends up in jail for hiring a hitman to take out a rival zoo operator, Carole Baskin. The Netflix series covers all sides of Exotic’s crusade against Baskin, and the final episode leaves viewers wondering whether Exotic was set up by some of his shady business partners.
Exotic is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence for two counts of murder-for-hire and 17 federal charges of animal abuse. However, Cardi seems to believe that he was framed.
The Grammy-winning rapper additionally pledged to begin a GoFundMe marketing campaign for releasing Unique.
The Netflix sequence has enraptured many viewers caught at house throughout the quarantine, and concepts about who ought to play Unique, Baskin and the opposite colourful characters quickly sprung up on Twitter. Dax Shepard threw his hat within the ring to play Unique, baring a placing resemblance to the zoo proprietor.
In Selection’s evaluate of the sequence, TV critic Caroline Framke stated, “Each episode — whether or not about Joe Unique’s political aspirations or the suspicions that Baskin fed a husband to her tigers (actually!) — has greater than sufficient materials to gasoline its personal total miniseries. By and enormous, “Tiger King” will depend on Joe Unique’s personal entertaining philosophy: come for the massive animals, keep for the personalities wrangling them. For individuals who love Netflix’s specific taste of true crime and docuseries, which rely closely on wild characters and addictive pacing as a way to hold a couchbound viewers entertained, “Tiger King” will undoubtedly scratch a specific itch.”