Cardi B Blast Her Nicki Minaj Anonymous Attackers
You know, this days is either you’re being entertained by Meek Mill and Tekashi 69 drama, else something might’ve attracted you over some other celebraties duck-out.
Currently there’s beef, probably J. Cole and Noname unserious diss tracks caught relatively attention same this month.
However, that’s actually what has been sorted out between the Snow On Tha Bluff rapper and Song 33 rapper ? So what again has been in the gut lately ? Maybe Amahiphop did caught recent social media clout were anonymous attacker rooted to stay Cardi B relevant via fake post on Instagram possibly reflecting it’s shadow to Nicki Minaj.
On Thursday the Grammy winner took to social media to clear her name after the account attacked Cardi’s former rival Nicki Minaj, as well as Ariana Grande, Megan Thee Stallion and Doja Cat. The “Press” rapper, 27, told fans during an Instagram Live that she became aware of the hashtag after she woke up and checked her cell phone, as reported from Pagesix.
Cardi B who wasn’t familiar with her name been used by account to reignite beef with her most popular rival also shared on Instagram after waking up and saw herself on hashtag, #CardiBOverParty. Some fans also accused for ragging on other female rappers as mentioned above. The fake Instagram page also show screenshots of her making racist comments against Arabic men and Black women as a whole, calling them roaches yet denounced those post trying to spot out.
“I’m like, ‘What the f–k,’” Cardi said, adding that she would never make a fake page like, “a 15-year-old to talk about celebrities.”
Cardi B also blast those claims while saying she didn’t do anything and then told her fans the images found on the fake Instagram page is photoshopped.
Cardi B and Nicki Minaj beef has been temporarily iced and B herself kept relatively low profile at least when comes to beef. Although she’s working on her follow up to Invasion Of Privacy album. Meanwhile their beef isn’t such active in most public domains. Both have mind their music front business.