Interestingly enough though she brings up her on-going feud with Cardi b.
A source revealed to Page 6, "It was bad".
The postpartum depression jab, though, Onika? "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".
Nicki questioned by Cardi had acted out during the "best stage of her career", and suggested she needs an "intervention".
In an Instagram post, Cardi B - who recently had a child - didn't call out Minaj by name but alluded to the fight and said she was sparked because her mothering skills were being disparaged. And you wanna let your publicist write something about stopping bags? "Nothing is off-limits. I hate when some people come at me like, 'Why you coming at kids for.' I'm my mother's baby". The statement said that Nicki never made any comments about Cardi's daughter Kulture or Cardi's parenting. I never had to bang a DJ to play my songs. For someone to pin that on me...[that's] because I'm the bad guy and they know people would believe them. If you're not familiar with Tom Ford's Boys & Girls collection, allow us to fill you in on what that really means.
'I addressed you once in person, I addressed you a second time in person and every time you copped a plea! You put your hands on certain people, you gonna die.
'I want to let the whole world know that I have never and will never speak ill of somebody's child, that's some clown s**t, and some more clown s**t is telling that someone is speaking ill of your child, ' she said. In wake of the fight with Minaj, video has resurfaced from February 2017 showing Cardi throwing a shoe at Asia Davies on "Love & Hip Hop". The "I Like It" performer was shown on tape yelling "B***h come here" multiple times before removing her red platform sandal and thrusting it in Minaj's direction. My money is very f***ing long, ' she vented.