Cardi B Fires Into Nicki Minaji Saying: 'You Lie So Much'
The ongoing feud between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj shows no signs of slowing down with Cardi telling the rapper: "You lie so much you can't even keep up with your fucking lies," and threatening legal action in a number of posts on social media.
Across a whopping 10 clips, Cardi seemed to get angrier and angrier as she responded to comments made by Nicki on her Queen Radio Monday show about the fight the pair reportedly had at the Harper's Bazaar party during New York Fashion Week.
On her show, Nicki said that her pal Rah Ali 'beat Cardi's ass, real bad', and offered to pay $100,000 for anyone who had footage of the incident.
In response to Nicki, Cardi - real name Belcalis Almanzar - called Nicki a 'snitch'.
She went on to say: "First you say...your cameraman got the footage but...now you want to pay someone $100,000 if they give you the footage?
Adding: "How you say that I was the wild animal, that I attacked you, that you was mortified, that you was humiliated, playing the victim but now you the gangster?
"You lie so much you can't even keep up with your fucking lies."
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Cardi was also quick to quiet Nicki's claims that she used payola, where artists pay music stations to play their tracks.
She ranted: "Since you want to talk about suing, maybe I should sue you for defamation of character since you want to claim that I'm using something illegal called payola for being so fucking successful."
However, despite posting 10 video's worth of ranting and effing and blinding, Cardi did seem to offer hope of the pair burying the hatchet...or having another fight, whichever Nicki fancied, really.
"If you really want to talk about it," she said. "You know where to link me, we could always link up.
"We can talk about it or we can fight it out. I'm with whatever. But I'm sick and tired of that back and forth shit.
"I'm not doing it - I'm in a good space right now - let me know what's up."
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