Cardi B Slams Female Rap Beef Following Perceived Nicki Minaj Tirade: ‘This Shit Is Tiring’


Cardi B appears to have addressed the recent drama between female rappers in a pair of tweets uploaded to her account earlier this week.

Although she didn’t name names in her posts on Monday (September 12), fans assumed she was speaking directly to Nicki Minaj, her longtime nemesis.

The Grammy Award-winning artist showed up at the Community Capacity Development in New York for their back to school event on September 9 wearing a wig some thought resembled something Nicki would sport.

On September 12, Nicki tweeted: “Trying to embody someone’s look is one thing but trying to embody their whole personality is psycho tingz. Sympathy & Payola, ahahahahaha, vma wig, now u comedian cuz Nicki on hear posting vids & memes. Usually u ranting when ppl u man gone on,” which many assumed was directed at the Invasion of Privacy rapper.

Cardi B tweeted the same day: “This shit is tiring, old, and redundant. Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR  start chaos, drama, and then promote their shit. I actually have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Until bitches put a @ on it they talking to their mother. Byeeee.” 

She followed up with a string of “@” symbols in an effort to emphasize her point.

The tweets arrive on the heels of 50 Cent accusing Lil Kim of dissing Nicki Minaj and her son on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Plan B (Remix).”

Kim adamantly denied the allegation and fired back at her “Magic Stick” collaborator via Instagram: “It’s ok he just doin what bitch n-ggaz do. Now watch what God do to his Life!”

She added in her Instagram Stories: “I never said a word about anyone’s child… please feel free to listen to the song where we were clearly talking about an EX. To try and twist my words to have an excuse to take digs at my child is disgusting. I’m one of the most disrespected legends in the game but what you will not do is come for MY CHILD.

“It’s so crazy how a song about bitch ass n-ggas could touch a bitch ass n-ggas soul so deeply that he results to attacking a child. Oh yeah it’s official to say… I’M THAT BITCH!!!! Okayyyyy 50 you got me! The song was about YOU!!!!”

Nicki Minaj’s rabid fanbase (known as The Barbz) also recently came for Megan Thee Stallion.

After Nicki shamed an unidentified female rapper for allegedly trying to force her to drink during pregnancy, they accused Megan of “encouraging abortion & child endangerment w/ alcohol.”

While Cardi B could’ve been referencing the release of Nicki’s “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)” featuring City Girls’ JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V and Maliibu Mitch, she didn’t “@” anyone either.