On Monday afternoon (October 29th) Nicki Minaj aired her 10th episode of Queen Radio. During the show, she debuted a new song with Tyga called “Drip.” However, a good portion of the show was dedicated toward her tension with Cardi B.
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Nicki talked about a number of things, including the altercation between Cardi and her camp at NYFW, as well as the accusation that Nicki leaked Cardi’s number. Nicki also claimed that Cardi made sure Offset and 21 Savage didn’t shoot the “No Flag” video with her.
READ: Cardi B’s Team Releases Statement Denying Nicki Minaj’s Payola Claims
Shortly after the show aired, Cardi went to Instagram and upload 10 (!!!) videos addressing Nicki. In the videos Cardi B provides her side of the story on a number of things Nicki talked about.
At one point (the last video) Cardi mentions that she was once a fan, and grew up listening to her music:
That’s crazy because when you pull up on my videos you see that I’m always showing you respect because you’re somebody I listened to ever since I was in high school. That’s crazy to me…The difference between me and a lot of these bitches? I don’t suck your dick. That’s the difference. What you need to do is stop focusing on other people, focus on yourself, and focus on your craft because you’re out here fucking up your legacy looking like a fucking hater.
Nicki went to twitter and started to send more shots at Cardi. Claiming that the Bronx rapper doesn’t write her own rhymes.
However, after all that Nicki seemed to want to put all of the night’s drama behind, saying she “won’t be discussing this nonsense anymore.”
Cardi B reposed the tweet. Adding “Let’s keep it positive and keep it pushing!”
So it’s over…for now.
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