Monday afternoon (Oct. 29), Nicki Minaj took to her scandalous Queen Radio platform to blast rival nemesis Cardi B and her sister, Hennessy Carolina, while confessing to shocking details about their volatile altercation from New York Fashion Week. In a riveting 10-part video series, the Bronx femcee lashes out at Nicki regarding every single incident she mentioned earlier.
"This my thing, Nicki Minaj," she began her explosive rant, and proceeded to ask why'd she lie about the events that took place if she knew there'd be footage of it the next day "from every single angle."
“You lie so much you can’t even keep up with your f**king lies. You saying you got the footage, but now you wanna pay someone for the footage. Make sense when you talkin... I know what there's footage of: you standing on the wall talking 'bout 'I'm standing right here,' Ms. Chun-Li the street fighter. Get the f**k outta here,” Bardi proclaimed.
When it comes to "Motorsport," Bardi claims that Nicki altered her verse several times and when the final submission reached her ears, Cardi refused to do the video over this bar: "B*tch, you my son, go and sit on the potty." Fuming, the Invasion of Privacy rapper declared, "b*tch you not my coach... I'm nothing like you. I'm definitely not your f**king son."
Cardi stated that Nicki "barked on her management" because they offered Cardi the "No Limit" verse after Head Barb "didn't like or believe in the record." Also, Cardi hit up the producer of the 21 Savage record in question and he said that 21 was replaced with Travis Scott for reasons that had nothing to do with her. Dragging Diesel and British pop group, Little Mix in as collateral damage, both things Cardi said she passed on, she stated, "I'm actually helping you get a bag."
The Bronx native also threatened to sue Nicki for defamation of character since she "wants to claim that [she's] using payola because she doesn't understand why [she's] so f**king successful."
“How come my phone number got leaked one hour after the altercation at the Harpers Bazaar Party," she stated. The same goes for MariahLynn and Jason Lee, people whom Nicki's team all had access to. "People that texted [our] phones were all Barbs. You're the common denominator," she continued.
Ultimately, Cardi is just about ready to throw hands yet again. "We can settle it however you want. We can talk about it or we can fight it out. I'm with whatever, but I'm sick and tired of that back-and-forth sh*t... let me know what's up."
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