UPDATE: Somehow, these two managed to come to a very shaky truce (but that didn’t stop Steve Madden from jumping into the mix and getting owned by 50 Cent, apparently).
Today saw a new episode of Nicki Minaj‘s Queen Radio, and — surprise — she once again has a lot to say about Cardi B, who she’s gone from frenemy status to full-blown foe following a year’s worth of back and forth banter. On the show, Nicki — who’s not happy about Cardi’s sister Hennessy Carolina making new accusations on social media — decided to drop some new info about the now infamous “fight” that took place during New York Fashion Week…apparently, it wasn’t the security that left a knot on Cardi’s head, it was reality star Rah Ali:
“Rah really, really beat Cardi’s ass bad… I’m not trying to be messy. You went home and told people that security hit you, and we let that lie continue because of legal reasons… I told Rah ‘don’t tell anyone you hit her because I don’t want nobody trying to sue me’ ’cause they gonna come to the person with money… I guess you had to look like a gangster in front of your friends, and your family, I get it. Rah beat you so bad that I was mad at Rah.”
Added to this, Nicki also said she had $100,000 for anyone who have footage of what went down.
For the slow ones in the back on the blogs, I offered money for the footage from the venue. I have footage on my own camera but I was asking for the overhead footage that the venue may have. #QueenRadio. Y’all listen to snippets of my show & think y’all Albert Einstein. #DipVIDEO
— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) October 29, 2018
Not very long after, Cardi B responded with plenty to say. You can watch that below:
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