She additionally premiered a "Dip" remix with Tyga on Queen Radio episode 10.
Nicki Minaj's Queen Radio returned to the Beats 1 airwaves with a jampacked episode on Monday. Minaj took goal at Cardi B, disputing claims from Cardi's sister that she leaked her cellphone quantity so followers may hold harassing Bardi. She later cleared the air a ultimate time relating to her altercation with the Bronx rapper on the Harper's Bazaar Icons occasion (Sept. 7) and premiered a contemporary "Dip" remix alongside Tyga.
"What sort of fowl shit you on, bitch? I didn’t leak your quantity," Minaj acknowledged relating to the alleged leak. "Stop mendacity on me. You stopped 21 Savage from being on two songs with me as a result of he was featured in your single."
The Queen artist defined that her good friend Rah Ali was truly the one to hit Cardi B and never safety, because the 26-year-old's staff initially claimed. "Rah actually, actually beat Cardi’s ass dangerous. Rah beat you so dangerous that I used to be mad at Rah. You went dwelling and advised individuals safety hit you, and we let that experience for authorized causes," stated Nicki. "Anybody that wanna pull up the surveillance footage, I offers you $100,000."
Minaj went on to say that the "Bodak Yellow" rapper truly requested her to do a verse on "Bartier Cardi" however she didn't need to do the document since they'd "Motorsport" popping out collectively. "You needed me in your second single," the Young Money artist alleged. "Now you’re all lovey-dovey with these women. Why didn’t you ask Remy and Kim to be in your single?"
Even with their ongoing disagreement, Minaj is prepared to go away it within the rearview and peacefully coexist in hip-hop with Cardi B thriving in her personal lane. "We could be joyful for one another, and exist, and do our factor, and be joyful," she asserted. "There's nothing that basically makes me not such as you like that. You know the issues we spoke about within the resort room, and we gon' hold that between me and also you for now."
Nicki additionally touched on her upcoming collaboration with Kanye West that's anticipated to land on his Yandhi album. "It’s about physique shaming however it’s accomplished in a really Kanye West method. It’s dope, although. We’re all a piece in progress," says Nicki. "Some individuals permit you to see you crumble in public, Kanye lets us into his world. I’m joyful about that. We all love Kanye. The tradition wants him. That’s why we’re so into every little thing he does."
Listen to Queen Radio on Beats 1 and watch Nicki and Tyga's "Dip" video beneath.