Cardi B Has Thrown a Shoe During a Fight in the Past

Danny Woods
September 11, 2018

And this is what she had to say.

Singers Cardi B and Nicki Minaj got into a very public scuffle on Friday, September 7 at New York Fashion Week party that left Cardi with a huge mark on her forehead. In the note, she wrote, "I've let a lot of s-t slide!"

In a video obtained by Cosmopolitan, the mother-of-one is heard screaming: "I will f [expletive] you up!" I let you talk big s-t about me!"She goes on to say "I addressed you once in person, I addressed you a second time in person, and every time you copped a plea! I've worked too hard and come too far to let anybody f**k with my success!" she added". This s**t really is for entertainment'.

Of course since then all eyes have been on Nicki Minaj to tell us her side of the story.

In an Instagram post, Cardi B - who recently had a child - didn't call out Minaj by name but alluded to the fight and said she was sparked because her mothering skills were being disparaged. On Monday, the Queens-born rapper spoke out about the scuffle for the first time via her Queen radio show on Beats 1.

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She also brought up Offset's alleged cheating and the claims that Cardi hired men to assault the women he allegedly cheated with.

Nicki Minaj straight-up said, if Cardi B does to others like she did to Nicki, she's gonna get killed.

"The other night I was a part of something so mortifying and so humiliating", Nicki told listeners. "How we made ourselves look".

'I would never talk about anyone's child's or parenting, I don't give a s**t.

Using her real name (Onika Tanya Maraj), Minaj added: "It's insane for me that people always need to make Onika the bad guy. Your dead child...and said if you haven't been doing some nonsense, you wouldn't have lost your child", said Nicki. Nicki's statements haven't even been in the hands of the media for more than two hours and Cardi's team has clapped back telling The Blast that Cardi has never paid any radio station money or material items to play her music, calling the accusations "absolutely false". "FYI, she refers to black women as monkeys and roaches".

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