Cardi B SPILLS ALL THE TEA On The Nicki Minaj Beef

Cardi B kept it real street as always by laying it all out today.

It all started after Nicki Minaj went on her radio show earlier today and said that Cardi B got beat up by Rah Ali (and some other things), Cardi took to social media and set the record straight.

A few things…

Cardi says that if Rah beat her up like Nicki said she did, there would be footage out — considering there were several clips from different angles and none of them show anything.

Cardi also asks why Nicki Minaj is offering $100,000 for leaked footage while she also claims her cameraman has the footage of this alleged beatdown.

As far as “Motorsport” is concerned, Cardi says Nicki changed her verse a few times and wasn’t feeling the last change that came in the day before they were set to do the video in which Nicki added that ‘quarterback’ line.

Cardi said that G-Eazy’s “No Limit” collaboration was presented to Nicki first, but she didn’t believe in the record so Cardi took it and Nicki was salty.

“You’re out here f*n up your legacy looking like a f*n hater!” 😅🙌🏾👏🏾

“I’ve always admired you and looked up to you cuz I used to listen to you in High School but the difference between me and these other bitches is that I don’t Suck Your Dick”

“I have nothing to worry about nobody. What another woman eat don’t make me shit!!!” 😩🙌🏽

Yall ready for ALL these facts that Cardi about to spill?

Erykah Badu Makes An Iconic Cameo In Neelam’s ‘I’ll Be The King’ Video

Neelam Hakeem just dropped the visuals for her empowerment track, “I’ll Be The King,” and she made sure to include a special guest at the end of the song.

In the newly released video, the hijabi emcee brings out a regal Erykah Badu in a special cameo at the end of the song. In the scene, Badu sits on in a literal throne with Hakeem nestled by her knees.

At one point, the Los Angeles-based rapper lays her head on the “Next Lifetime” singer’s lap. The image appears to be an acknowledgment that Neelam is sitting at the knees of other female hip-hop greats, like Badu, who have come before her.

Although Badu has shared video clips of Neelam’s talent to her fans before, the duo first shared a stage during the female cypher at the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards, which aired earlier this month.

With Badu at the turntables, Hakeem freestyled to the beat alongside the likes of Bri Steves, Sharaya J, and Chika.

Check out the video for “I’ll Be The King” below.

via Essence