Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B end feud

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B end feud

Nicki Minaj has made an incredibly generous offer for someone to leak CCTV footage of her fight with Cardi B.

Their feud actually got heated late yeterday evening after Nicki, on the latest installment of her Beats 1 show "Queen Radio", addressed her beef with Cardi B.

Along with claiming that the knot on Cardi's head was caused by TV personality Rah Ali hitting her (and not security, which Cardi's team initially claimed) Minaj says that Cardi tried to take footage of the fight from her security.

Cardi B spent the day on Instagram on October 29 posting videos challenging her rival Nicki Minaj, 35, as a liar about anything and everything.

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Nicki claimed that Rah Ali punched Cardi B in the head "9 or 10 times", while also offering a $100,000 for surveillance footage of what happened that night. Nicki Minaj had also been sent to her and that she'd declined to appear on the song.

Minaj has denied leaking the phone number, saying: "I've never leaked a number in my life and y'all continue to lie on me to make me look like a bad person".

Cardi took it upon herself to not only comment on the above hot-button topics but to also discussed Minaj's behavior on Twitter, changing her verse in Migos' "Motorsport", turning down G-Eazy's single "No Limit" and getting upset when Cardi was brought on and more in eleven separate video clips uploaded to her Instagram profile.

"Tell me if this don't [sic] make sense: How come my phone number got leaked one hour after the altercation at the Harper's Bazaar party?"

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"This is my thing Nicki Minaj", she said in her first video. You can't control your sister, but you want me to control millions of fans? "The hardest punches you've ever heard in your life". I was fine with leaving everything good.

"Sis. I don't have to sue nobody for beating me up because I'm a street b**ch", said Cardi.

Hennessy Carolina, Cardi's younger sister, blamed the Barbz for leaking Cardi B's number that prompted the rapper in receiving tons of unsolicited messages that included some death threats.

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