Welp, Looks Like Nicki Minaj Reignited Her Beef With Cardi B With This Petty Move

What happened to "focusing on positive things," sis?

Gather ‘round, folks, because the inevitable has happened. The short-lived truce between sparring femcees, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B lasted one month.

Since Spring 2017, many pointed the finger at the “Anaconda” rapper as the reason behind the beef, but most have given up trying to solve that mystery. Back in October, the rivals set the internet ablaze with bombs being detonated minute-after-minute. Now, Nicki is back stirring the pot yet again.

In late August, the rumor mill spiraled out of control when Offset’s rumored “side chick” and her friend were assaulted by Bardi and company. Not long after, jabs were thrown and the “Be Careful” rapper was being accused of “stopping bags” for both women.

  • and of course, her arch-nemesis took the news and ran with it

    Nicki sent virtual airwaves into a frenzy with a scorching episode of “Queen Radio” and blasted Cardi for her actions. “You getting girls beat up because of what your man is doing?! Real b**ches never do that! You never attack the woman! You take that up with your f**king man!,” proclaimed Barbie. So, presumably in an effort to help the women secure a bag, the Queen femcee offered these women— Jade and Baddie Gi— cameos in her jaw-dropping “Good Form” video. They were initially set to featured in 6ix9ine’s “MAMA” video, but production was shut down after a shootout occurred.

  • Best believe, the internet let Nicki have a mouthful...

  • The appearance is very petty, especially considering, the women are suing Cardi over the violent altercation and Mrs. Cephus is reportedly being charged with reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.

    Well, let's hope this doesn't get out of hand... again. 

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