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Brenda Watkins
September 11, 2018

Nicki Minaj went live on Queen Radio today and as expected, addressed the Cardi B incident that took place during Harper Bazaar's party at New York Fashion Week on Friday night.

The pair, who collaborated on chart-topping single "FEFE", spent time together at a fashion event and appeared to send a message to Cardi.

Cardi B wouldn't change a damn thing about her decision to attack Nicki Minaj - in fact, she'd even chuck her shoe again in that same situation. Since the incident, which was partially caught on video, Cardi B released a statement on social media. As the conversation escalated, Minaj called Cardi a "disgusting pig" and said she should be more focused on her newborn than fighting.

The "Bed" rapper responded to Cardi's accusations on Monday, saying: "I would never discuss anyone's child".

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".

Addressing Cardi directly, Minaj lambasted: "You came into my f--in culture".

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

"I've let a lot of sh*t slide!"

The "Barbie Dreams" rapper further alluded to her rocky relationship with Cardi B on Sunday, when she shared a video of herself riding in the back of a auto as her song "Hard White" plays. I would never talk about someone's child or parenting.... "You mad at a woman for what a man is doing!"

Nicki also said she was "mortified" by her altercation with the "Bodak Yellow" rapper and was embarrassed by how they "made their selves look".

'You're angry, and you're sad, and this is not amusing. "I never had to f*ck a DJ to play my songs!" Get this woman some f**in' help.

Alright I have to turn it over to you guys now. "But we did hear this woman say that nothing's off limits", Nicki explained, "because she has built her career off of sympathy and payola".

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