Cardi B Reignites Nicki Minaj Feud, Says Nicki Was Never Nice to Her

The ‘Bartier Cardi’ hitmaker clearly has no intention to bury the hatchet with Nicki, calling out the ‘Anaconda’ hitmaker for not being ‘nice’ to her.

It’s clear that the beef between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj is still on. The relationship between the two raptress became sour since they collaborated on Migos‘ “Motorsport”, and it seems that Cardi doesn’t have any intention to bury the hatchet anytime soon.

The “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” hitmaker reignited the feud after an Instagram user commented on one of her Instagram posts, “You wanna comment to everything but what you need to. Answer why you got such a pressure with nicki when she was so nice to you h*e.” Cardi responded, “Nice how? Tell me?”

For those who have not been following the reports about the two hip-hop stars’ feud, here’s what has happened. After they were featured on Migos’ track “Motorsport”, Cardi said in an interview that Nicki’s verse on the song was not the actual part that the Harajuku Barbie recorded. “When I [first] heard the track, her verse wasn’t finished,” Cardi said. “It was not the verse that’s on it right now.”

A few months later, Nicki’s alleged original verse was leaked, revealing that she called out Cardi in the lyric. “If Cardi the QB, I’m Nick Lombardi,” she spat the lyric, referring to the legendary Green Bay Packers coach.

Nicki then responded to Cardi’s interview. “The only thing that Cardi really, really, really hurt my feelings was the first interview she did after ‘Motorsport’,” Nicki said. “I remember when I first came in the game, if a female of that stature had done a feature with me on it, I would only be singing their praises and saying, ‘Thank you.’ The first interview she did after ‘Motorsport’ came out, it really hurt me. She looked so aggravated and angry. And the only thing she kept saying was, ‘Oh, I didn’t hear that, I didn’t hear her verse.’ I was like…’What?’ ”

Nicki also took to Twitter to address the change to the “Motorsport” lyric. “How can you say someone changed their verse & forgot to say Quavo TOLD me to remove my singing part (which I loved) & Atlantic told me to remove your name from my verse per your request?” she wrote, claiming that the change was not her idea. “So how were those changes gonna happen if I didn’t ‘change’ my verse?”

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