Cardi B Just Went Off on Nicki Minaj AGAIN and Told Her to GTFO
ICYMI Nicki Minaj went on Queen Radio today to spill even more details about her fight with Cardi B, which left Cardi B sans shoe and with a big bump on her forehead. In today’s installment, Nicki said her friend Rah Ali hit Cardi B so hard so many times that even Nicki felt bad for Cardi B. Nicki also insinuated that Cardi B wasn’t a real rapper, and as of a few minutes ago, Cardi B has officially responded.
First off, Cardi B said Rah did not “rag” her and called on Nicki to show footage of what really went down. “Why would I be here sitting and lying…knowing that the next day there would be so much footages of that same night?”
She also asked why Nicki previously said she was embarrassed by the fight but is now acting like a victim. “Do you wanna be the victim or do you wanna be the gangsta?” Cardi B inquired.
Then Cardi B called out the inconsistencies in Nicki’s Queen Radio appearance. Earlier today, Nicki said she’d pay $100,000 to whoever would give her footage of the fight but turned around and said she also had a tape, which begs the question: Why pay for what you already have?
This thought didn’t escape Cardi B, who, of course, called her out on it. “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.”
In the next video, Cardi B showed Nicki’s old phone number—something Cardi B’s sister said Nicki did to Cardi B—and explained how Nicki was allegedly upset about how successful Cardi B’s “No Limit” verse was.
Authorities confirmed that the items seemed to be missing from where the 35-year-old said he had put them, but on the bright side, the deputies were able to help him locate a second bag of coke that he had left on the center console, at which point they began reading Blackmon his rights.
In Deputy Dennis Fields’ arrest report, he noted, “Blackmon asked if I knew the cocaine was there, why did I let him keep talking.”
In addition to the baggie, the deputies also found a crack pipe and crack rock inside the car.
Blackmon was arrested and charged with resisting an officer without violence for allegedly refusing to follow commands, possessing drug paraphernalia and possessing cocaine, which is a felony charge.
50 Cent had time on his hands to dish out a dose of pettiness. Today (Oct. 26), the Get Rich or Die Tryin’ rapper shared to social media the low cost of seats for Ja Rule’s show, and revealed he bought a bunch of them so the stands would be empty.
“People think I’m mean so go see this. $15 bucks wait what I do now LOL,” he wrote as an Instagram caption alongside a photo of the tickets being sold on Groupon.
The New York-bred rapper continued to stir the pot by commenting on the post and revealing that he bought 200 seats to Ja’s show. “I just bought 200 seats in the front so they can be empty. LOL,” he wrote.
The two rap MCs have had beef brewing for quite some time now. Last month (Sept. 22), Ja shared his deepest sympathy to fans on social media for having to cancel his show in Syracuse, N.Y.
“Yo, Syracuse. i just got word that the show has been canceled,” he said in a video. “Sorry, man. Been trying to get there all day. I love y’all man. We gon’ reschedule the show. I’m leaving the airport now, man.”
The G-Unit rapper then trolled Ja by responding that nobody wanted to see the show in the first place. “Only 10 tickets sold don’t nobody want to see that shit, you talking about wait we get a lot of people on the walk up. Get the fuck outta here get the strap,” he wrote as a caption.
Aside from their feud, both rappers appear to be doing well. Fif recently inked a $150 million deal for his hit series on Starz, Power. As for Ja, he revealed that he considers himself the LeBron James of hip-hop.
Check out 50 Cent trolling Ja Rule by purchasing 200 seats below.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Justine Skye is a survivor. The songstress shares her personal story about being in an abusive relationship in the visuals for her latest track, “Build.”
“I was one of those people who thought, ‘Oh! Nobody would ever put their hands on me,’” Justine shared in an interview with Billboard. She goes on to say that “standing up to [domestic violence] is extremely important” because “it can happen to anyone.”
“There were people in the room, and other women in the video that have been through [abuse], too,” she said of filming the emotional video. “For my mother to watch [the filming was emotionally draining]. It was very sad. I was thinking about all the women who have experienced this. I’ve played the video for some people, and it was triggering. For the most part, I hope that people get the message I am trying to spread, which is awareness of the situation.”
To get out, the 23-year-old artist says you have to “find the strength to remove yourself from the situation. Understand that you are important. You are valuable. Your life is valuable. Your love is valuable! You deserve so much better.”
She added, “Whether it becomes physical or not, it is obvious. People will hurt you in a relationship, but for the most part, [I feel] you may love this person so much that you do not want to believe it. So, [perhaps] you choose to ignore all of the signs, even when they are directly in your face. You don’t want to believe it is true. You don’t want to believe this person could hurt you this bad, so you, I guess, pretend. Well, I’ve definitely done that many times.”
As far as Justine advice to survivors, she says, ”Continue on your journey to love and positivity.”
“Something like this [experience] can make you lose so much trust in any relationship. It is hard to look at [new] people, and not think of the person that hurt you,” she shared. “So, [I’d say to them], ‘Guard your heart. Stay strong. Don’t give up on love. Do not completely cut people out. Be more aware of the signs.’”
Roommates, if you or anyone you know is a victim of domestic violence, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1−800−799−SAFE for help.
Justine’s forthcoming EP set scheduled to drop at top of 2019.