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Following Nicki Minaj‘s comments on Queen radio this past Monday, Cardi B returned to Instagram with a series of videos as her response.

In the first video, Cardi B immediately denied that Rah Ali had touched the “Money” rapper as well as the fight being caught on video.

“How you sayin’ that I got ragged by Rah Ali when there’s so many footages of that night, every single angle and where am I getting raged at?” she asked. “Why would I be here sittin’ online, like, ‘Oh yeah, I did this, I did that,’ knowing that the next day there was gonna be so much footages of that same night? And second of all, how you say that I was the wild animal, that I attacked you, that you was mortified, that you was humiliated, playing victim, but now you the gangsta? You need to pick a side. Do you want to be the victim or do you want to be the gangsta? You lie so much, you can’t even keep up with your fuckin’ lies.”

Cardi B continued with her next point about Minaj’s claim of Cardi asking her for a verse on “Bartier Cardi” and making her change the “Motor Sport” line: “Cardi the QB, I’m Nick Lombardi/Bitch, you my son, go and sit on the potty.”

“Bitch, you not my coach ’cause you never helped me to get into this fucking career, and I’m nothing like you,” said Cardi, “so I’m definitely not your fucking son. I’m a real ass person, you not, so fuck outta here.”

Cardi B told her that she would not take part in the video unless the line was removed. The line was changed to “Quavo the QB, I’m Nick Lombardi” the night before the shoot.

Minaj also made the claim that 21 Savage did not take part in Farruko, Bad Bunny, and Rvssian’s “Krippy Kush” video because Cardi told him not to. Cardi denied the accusation and posted a conversation between her and Farruko, which backed up Cardi’s point.

In the rest of the videos, Cardi B blasts Nicki Minaj and responds to claims about Minaj’s payola, the Diesel campaign, and her verse on Little Mix‘s “Women Like Me.”

Regarding Payola:

“Since you talking about suing, maybe I should sue you for defamation of character since you wanna claim that I’m using something illegal called payola because you don’t understand why I am so fucking successful,” she said. “Why is it that when people want to listen to me, you cannot believe it? That I gotta be cheating for that.”

The Diesel campaign:

“That Diesel deal that you got, yeah, that came to me first and I had to decline it because I’m already working with fashion brands.”

Verse on Little Mix’s “Women Like Me.”

“That ‘Woman Like Me’ record, I had to decline it because I’m doing a lot of pop records so I can’t oversaturate myself,” said Cardi. “But that came to me first and then they gave it to you.”

Cardi B then played the original demo on video.

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