Another One: This 'Female Rapper' Just Sent Bold Shots At Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj attends Harper's BAZAAR Celebration of 'ICONS By Carine Roitfeld' at The Plaza Hotel presented by Infor, Laura Mercier, Stella Artois, FUJIFILM and SWAROVSKI on September 8, 2017 in New York City. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELA WEISS        (Photo credit should read ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images)

Another One: This 'Female Rapper' Just Sent Bold Shots At Nicki Minaj

"Cardi's way better than Nicki, I don't care what anyone says..."

Published April 18, 2018

Danielle Bregoli, infamously known as the “Cash Me Ousside Girl,” has a seat between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B on Billboard Music Awards’ Top Rap Female Artist category in 2018.

How she ended up on the list with the two music history land-marking femcees from the Big Apple is still a wonder, but not as much as her apparent gripe with the Young Money raptress.

TMZ caught up with the 15-year-old on Tuesday (April 17) to discuss her nomination, which she believes is already in the bag for her. Similar to the rest of the music world’s sensible folks, “Bhad Bhabie” wasn’t expecting the BMA nod.

“By being nominated I already won,” she said. “Obviously, Cardi’s going to win, but she really deserves it and I’m just getting started.”

When the reporter asked about Nicki, her scoffing facial expression told him all he needs to know about her non-fandom for the head Barb.

“For sure,” she responded to his question on whether Cardi will nab the Top Rap Female crown over Nicki. “Cardi’s way better than Nicki, I don’t care what anyone says. Cardi actually says stuff, Nicki just has attitude. So what, wow, big deal.”

She nodded her head in agreement that she’s on Cardi’s side in their beef, as the reporter described it, too. That’s not to say she’ll be collaborating with the Bronx femcee anytime soon, which she said she’s not sure will happen. Though she’s seated next to Cardi on a nomination, she unfortunately wasn’t granted that same privilege beside her on the Coachella bill, which Bregoli wasn’t booked for this year.

“Coachella is like—if I wanted to do it, I could do it,” she said. “But, I just don’t think I’m ready right now. I want to have more experience before I jump into something so big.”  

Understandable, but she’ll defintely gain some experience jumping into big things after the Barbz Army gets ahold of her commentary.

Listen to her bold remarks in the video below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images)


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