Yikes: These Four Singers Just Exposed TF Out Of Cardi B Amid Internet War With Nicki Minaj

SAN ANTONIO, TX - OCTOBER 27:  Rapper Cardi B performs onstage during Mala Luna Music Festival at Nelson Wolff Stadium on October 27, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas.  (Photo by Rick Kern/WireImage)

Yikes: These Four Singers Just Exposed TF Out Of Cardi B Amid Internet War With Nicki Minaj

"Sorry Cardi hun, but this is the tea...”

Published October 30, 2018

The flaming internet war that detonated between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B brought forth the shade, the petty and the receipts as the ladies jabbed back and forth at each other on Monday night (October 29).

With the receipts, it also brought out some witness testimonies to some of the claims made by the Bronx femcee, such as British pop stars and one of Nicki’s most recent collaborators, Little Mix. The four ladies of The X Factor-discovered girl group found themselves betwixt in the Bardi versus Barbie smoke when Cardi claimed that she was the original feature request on their “Woman Like Me” song with Nicki.

But their memory doesn’t serve them the same, and they popped up with receipts of their own on how the “Woman Like Me” single actually came about.

  1. On the official Instagram page for the group, the girls sent a message to the ‘I Like It’ rapper

    “Sorry Cardi hun but this is the [tea],” they wrote in a post. “We’ve always wanted the QUEEN. (No shade).” In a screenshot of a text message thread with Jesy, one-fourth of the group, the conversation from way back in July reveals that the ladies not only had Ms. Minaj planned for the single, but that the record wouldn’t even release without the Nicki feature (along with a few other stipulations).

    “We just want to clarify…Nicki was approached first (swipe for date),” the caption read.

  2. Of course, the internet couldn’t help but add insult to injury

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Rick Kern/WireImage)


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