Remy Ma interview about Nicki Minaj and Cardi B fight

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Nicki Minaj took to her Beats 1 show Queen Radio to address her involvement in an altercation with Cardi B at a New York Fashion Week party last Friday night. On Sunday, Nicki uploaded a video of herself listening to the song HardWhite off her latest album Queen which many believe is a diss track to Cardi B because she references Cardi's former job of being a stripper.

Nicki also says she was mortified by Cardi B's attack this weekend, and insists she never spoke ill of baby Kulture. despite Cardi's claim. But when you mention my child, you choose to like comments about me as a mother, make comments about my abilities to take care of my daughter is when all bets are f**king off!

Speaking on the incident, Cardi B explained why she fought with Nicki.

Nicki will not be pressing charges against Cardi, after instigated the smack-down and tossing her shoe at her.

Nicki went on to accuse Cardi of having other women (seemingly strippers) attacked, both financially and physically, due to their alleged associations with her husband, Offset: "You getting girls beat up because of what your man's doing?"

'You calling black women roaches?

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According to TMZ, Cardi and Nicki got into it after Cardi "aggressively approached" Nicki's table as she was with her respective crew.

"I've let a lot of s**t slide".

The "Barbie Dreams" rapper continued: "But we did hear this woman who accused me of saying something about her child just say nothing is off limits even talking about people's kids". "I never had to f*ck a DJ to play my songs!"

Cardi B shared her side of what happened in a post - without any hints needed - on Saturday, too. "You're angry and you're sad", Minaj said.

On Queen Radio on Monday, Minaj called the incident "mortifying, so humiliating" and called out Cardi for not supporting other women. In fact, I'm writing this with the same sports bra I had on yesterday that smells of breast milk, and I'm anticipating what the next move will be for creating a success you already have. "And left looking the way you left looking so that people could point their fingers at our culture and our community and laugh at us some more?"

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