Should Nicki Minaj Be Shook After Azealia Banks’ Warning About Cardi B?

Azealia Banks Warns Nicki Minaj About Cardi B's Album

Should Nicki Minaj Be Shook After Azealia Banks’ Warning About Cardi B?

She's got more words from Remy Ma, too.

Published February 28, 2018

For 2018, Nicki Minaj made it clear that she’s swapping out social media for the studio as she hones in on her long-awaited fourth studio album.

But let her Harlem-bred (now) former femcee foe Azealia Banks tell it, Nicki’s project is now especially time-sensitive after Cardi B’s announcement about her forthcoming debut album.

Cardi sent a message to the Bardi Gang on her Instagram story regarding the album, asking them to remain patient. The Ice Princess, who’s previously exchanged choice words with the Bronx femcee, caught wind of the post and sent a warning to Nicki in light of it.

“Nicki better push back to spring 2019,” she wrote. “She has the fan base to validate it. If cardi’s album isn’t out by this summer absolutely no one will care by the time nicki has starved her out.”

However, she added, if the “Bodak Yellow” artist decides on a summer 2018 release for the album, Nicki will need to pull a back-to-back move and drop her project immediately after, according to Azealia.

She only recently landed on another Bronx female rapper’s bad side, Terror Squad leading lady Remy Ma, who Azealia made sure to toss some shade at as well.

“Remy’s album will get overlooked simply because she’s too masculine to battle with any of the leading names in female rap and her taste in beats also sucks,” she continued. “She’s really not a factor here.”

A response to Azealia from either of the three ladies likely won’t happen since Cardi and Remy have already had their share of shots with her, and Nicki is still marked absent from all social platforms until further notice.

Surely, the Bardi Gang, Barbz Army and Remy Mafia will be able to weigh in on this one.

See her theory about the upcoming female rapper album releases of 2018 below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images, Dave Hogan/Getty Images, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)


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