Cardi B 'feels zero remorse' for NYFW brawl with Nicki Minaj

Dre Johnson

Dre Johnson Posted 14 hours ago

"The other night, I was part of something so mortifying and so humiliating to go through in front of a bunch upper echelon... people who have their life together", she said on her show.

The "Superbass" hitmaker was "mortified" by her altercation with the "Bodak Yellow" rapper at New York Fashion Week and was embarrassed by how they "made themselves look".

"I was in a Gaultier gown - off the motherf*ing runway - and I could not believe how humiliated it all felt", she added.

She claimed that Nicki Minaj spoke about her parenting skills regarding new-born daughter Kulture and disrespected her privately since her breakthrough success.

"Calling a dead child a monkey but telling people somebody talked about your child that nobody talked about your motherf*cking child so you can get some f*cking sympathy points?!" For someone to pin that one me... You've threatened other artists in the industry, told them if they work with me you'll stop f-kin with them! "I am not a clown, that's clown shit".

First off, Nicki wanted to clear up some allegations about what began the fight, according to Vulture. However, in stating her innocence, Minaj took a shot at Cardi's pen and business practices. Give me a break. Nicki denied speaking ill about Cardi's baby on Queen Radio.

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"Meanwhile Adriana Lima posted then deleted the following comment on Cardi's statement: "@iamcardib you got my support in this one".

"I would never ridicule anyone's child". PERIOD", she said. "I'm not the bi**hes in the strip club and Love and Hip Hop.

But perhaps most notably, Minaj resurfaced an ongoing criticism of Cardi B. In 2017, the Bronx-born rapper drew heat from fans after she was accused of referring to dark-skinned black women as "roaches". Real b--es never attack a woman.

NAIJ.com learned that Cardi took to Instagram to explain her side of events to her followers. The track is from Minaj's fourth album, Queen, released just last month.

She wrote: 'I've let a lot of sh*t slide.

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