Cardi B Goes IN on Nicki Minaj over NYFW fight claims with 10 Instagram videos

This feud is far from over.

Cardi B; Nicki Minaj
Cardi B; Nicki Minaj (Courtesy of Getty)


The beef between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B is far from over.

The rappers traded major shade about their NYFW brawl on Monday after Minaj made some inflammatory statement about the scuffle on her Queen radio show. The rapper insisted that Cardi B was badly beaten by Love & Hip Hop alum, Rah Ali during the fight and offered cash to anyone willing to hand over video footage of the incident.

“Anybody that wants to pull up the surveillance footage, I will give you $100,000,” Minaj said. “Anybody that says that didn’t happen. I would never come up here and lie. For people who don’t know, Rah Ali beat Cardi’s a** real bad. You went home and told people that security hit you, and we let that ride for legal reasons.”

Cardi B is clearly not amused by Minaj’s statements and she responded in a series ten videos on Instagram.

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In one video, Cardi B calls out Minaj for contradicting herself and offering to pay for footage she claims to already possess.

“Make sense when you talking…I know what there’s footage of, you standing on the wall talking about ‘I’m standing right here.’ Miss Chun-Li the Street Fighter. Get the f*ck out of here,” she says.

Cardi B also poked fun at Minaj’s tough talk and points out that she stayed out of harm’s way during their altercation. She also called BS on Minaj’s previous claims that she was “embarrassed” by the whole ordeal.

“Do you wanna be the victim or do you wanna be the gangsta?” asked Cardi B in another video.

Cardi set the record straight on the “Motorsport” debacle and even busted out her cell phone to shoe receipts for multiple conversations she had with Minaj.

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Cardi B concluded by pondering whether or not she should seek legal action against her nemesis.

“Since you wanna talk about suing, maybe I should sue you for defamation of character,” she says.