AceShowbiz - Is Cardi B throwing a subtle jab at Nicki Minaj? The "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker has shared a cryptic social media post about promoting a song with chaotic "drama" amid the "Anaconda" femcee's recent Queen Radio controversy.
Making use of her Twitter account on Monday, September 12, the 29-year-old hip-hop star tweeted, "This s**t is tiring, old, and redundant. Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR = start chaos, drama, and then promote their s**t." She continued, "I actually have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Until b***hes put a @ on it they talking to their mother. Byeeee."
Nicki's fans Barbz were quick to flood the replies, trolling her and accusing her of copying Nicki. "When the girl that hates you copies everything you do but in ugly," one Nicki's fan replied to the tweet, along with a photo of the rappers sporting similar hairstyles. Another, meanwhile, wondered, "if it's so tiring why you choose to argue with barbz every day????"
Upon receiving backlash, Cardi tweeted, "Worst thing anybody can ever do is underestimate me." In response, her fan showed some support as writing, "Cardi B you are bigger than Nicki."
Cardi's cryptic tweet arrived on the heels of the controversy surrounding Nicki's latest episode of Queen Radio. In the Sunday, September 11 episode of the radio show, the "Super Bass" spitter, who recently released her new song "Super Freaky Girl", revealed that someone told her to "go to the clinic" after she refused to drink alcohol while she was trying to have a baby.
Soon after the episode was aired, Barbz quickly interpreted the one who told Nicki was Megan Thee Stallion. "@theestallion Nicki Minaj is accusing you of encouraging abortion & child endangerment w/ alcohol.. This isn't something to stay quiet on," one person mentioned Megan on Twitter. In response, the "Traumazine" star simply debunked the allegation as saying, "LIE."
Shortly afterwards, Nicki hopped on Twitter, writing, "Retweeting [clown]s on my timeline aint a good idea tonight," seemingly hinting that she noticed Megan's response. The Female Rap Game Twitter account then posted, "One of the main points I'm hearing from Nicki Minaj Queen Radio Tea Party is that she's not upset about all these female rappers hating on her. She's upset that they went out of their way to try to stop the OTHER female rappers on #QueenMix from having a happy ICONIC moment," to which Nicki responded, "Correct. I made that very clear. But that won't be posted anywhere."
A few moments later, Nicki's "Super Freaky Girl" collaborator Akbar V joined the drama. Turning to Twitter, Akbar made it clear that "if u a opp of @NICKIMINAJ or foxy brown" then "u are a opp of mine." She stressed, "I'm done being cordial!!!!!!!!!!!," before explaining, "don't care too much bout any of y'all anyway…i know y'all don't really like me … And I'm ok with that just please stop pretending!!!!!!"