Cardi B is looking for answers for Lauren Smith-Field's family, according to the New York Daily News.

Smith-Fields — a 23-year-old Black woman who went by Meagan Smith — was murdered last month after a Bumble date with Matthew LaFountain, a 37-year-old white man. The New Canaan, Connecticut-based mother of three died from a drug overdose involving fentanyl, promethazine, hydroxyzine and alcohol, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Connecticut. In spite of this, the coroner's conclusion has left her family with a slew of unanswered questions regarding the investigation, with Smith-Fields's loved ones charging that the authorities have not treated it seriously. They are currently seeking an independent autopsy and plan to sue the city of Bridgeport for its "racially insensitive" investigation, according to a lawyer representing their family.

The death of a Smith-Field student, according to family lawyer Darnell Crosland, underscores the significant disparities between cases involving Black women and white women such as Gabby Petito, who went missing and was later found dead.

"The whole world stops what they're doing when a white woman goes missing," he added. "That statement is invalid."

Cardi is now using her tremendous platform to raise awareness of the case, stating that after Smith-Fields's death was labeled "suicide by cop," it "made it seem like she was wit a old ass man lookin to trick on her."

“I'm disgusted by how they spin the narrative, especially because I see people say online 'that's what she gets,'” she wrote earlier this month. “For Lauren and other black trans women murdered in the past two years... I request that Connecticut state officials do right and provide justice for her!”On the heels of Cardi's tweets, Crosland thanked Smith-Fields on his own Twitter account on Wednesday for assisting in the start of a police investigation into her death and LaFontain's alleged involvement. TMZ also announced that Smith-Fields's family is "overjoyed" by Cardi's support and has given her an open invitation to check in for updates on the case.