Cardi B is over the drama in hip-hop, and she’s tweeting about it. Although the Bronx rapper didn’t call out specific rappers in her tweet, it has been a week full of drama for women in hip-hop. First, Lil Kim and 50 were going at it on social media because he believed that the Queen Bee was firing shots at Nicki Minaj’s kid on her verse on Megan’s “Plan B” remix. Kim rapped,”Your father’s a bitch, your brother’s a bitch. Keep acting like this and your son ‘gon be a bitch.”
“She said something about the baby,” 50 wrote then adding an insult to Kim’s daughter per XXL. “Her baby eye f—– up.”
Kim followed up with: “I never said a word about anyone’s child…please feel free to listen to the song where we clearly talking about an EX.” Kim continued to defend her eight-year old daughter Royal Reign against 50 adding, “To try and twist my words to have an excuse to take digs at my child is disgusting. I’m one of the most disrespected legends in the game but what you will not do is come for MY CHILD.”
More recently Megan Thee Stallion shut down rumors that she was the female rapper that told Nicki Minaj to get an abortion and to drink while pregnant. On the Sunday (Sept. 11) episode of Nicki’s show, the rapper claimed that an unidentified female rapper tried to convince her to end her pregnancy and to have an alcoholic drink.
“Imagine telling someone you didn’t want a drink… you know, because you were, at the time, possibly pregnant, because you were actively trying to have a baby,” she said. “Imagine that person saying, ‘Oh girl, you can go to the clinic!'”
She added: “Imagine posting photos that you’re pregnant… and the person doesn’t even like it or say congratulations. But then, when you post that Beyoncé sent you flowers congratulating you, the person then tries to attempt to send you flowers thinking that, ‘Oh, I could use this opportunity as I use everyone else. She’ll post that I sent her flowers.’
“I didn’t even let them s—s in my muthaf—ing house.”
Megan responded: “LIE,” to a fan that was trying to insinuate Nicki was talking about her.
Cardi B has now stepped into the chat to weigh in on the female rap drama, “This s— is tiring, old, and redundant,” she tweeted. “Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR = start chaos, drama, and then promote their s—. I actually have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Until bitches put a @ on it they talking to their mother. Byeeee.”
The rapper also tweeted several “@” signs to let haters know that if anyone is trying to come for her next, they better mention her.