Cardi B & Nicki Minaj Call Truce: "Let’s Keep it Positive"

Toby Graves
October 31, 2018

Minaj has since tried to move on from the dispute, tweeting: "Let's focus on positive things only from here on out", with Cardi B agreeing, saying on Instagram: "Alright then!" First Nicki and Cardi, next world peace.

Nicki continued: 'We're all so blessed.

Minaj continued, shutting down Carolina's claims: "She planted a lot of seeds for people not to like me".

"The next day, the official Steve Madden Twitter account denied the 35-year-old was ever offered a deal with the fashion brand, writing, ".@NICKIMINAJ you can't turn down an offer that was never made.

She added a red heart.

What do Steve Madden, controversial maker of your favorite clubbing heels, and Cardi B, outspoken rapper and delightful social media personality, have in common? Let's keep it positive and keep it pushing'. Cardi has amped up her security, but she is really considering canceling her plans to celebrate Halloween altogether'. "Tyga and I coordinated fucking well for this video, you would think we put the looks together", she said.

Quick! How many guest verses has Nicki Minaj racked up in 2018? I know what there's footage of, you standing on the wall talking about 'I'm standing right here.' Miss Chun-Li, the Street Fighter.

Cardi B has accused Nicki Minaj of leaking her phone number to the public, which led to death threats against her daughter. Cardi B had previously taken to Instagram and claimed, "That "Woman Like Me" record?" "I was gonna do a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and we got into a fight the first minute we met", stated Madden in the interview. "I'm exhausted of the f**king whole internet shit, I'm exhausted of the interview shit. Not only am I not ready physically, but I am not ready to leave my baby behind since the doctors explained it's not healthy for her to be on the road".

Cardi said that Nicki should "stop focusing on other people" and work on herself and her material, as she's 'out here f***ing up [her] legacy, looking like a f***ing hater'.

Nicki Minaj has offered $100,000 for surveillance footage of her "fight" with Cardi B at New York Fashion Week.

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