Cardi B denies using secret finsta account to drag Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande

26 June 2020, 12:12

Cardi B claps back at claims she made finsta account to bash shade Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande

Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

On Thursday (June 25), the hashtag #CardiBIsOverParty started trending on Twitter.

Cardi B has denied that she is behind a finsta account that has been slating Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion, after screenshots of her alleged comments went viral.

The finsta account (@nobudgethoe) shared a photo of this week's Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 where Nicki Minaj reached the No. 1 spot with controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine for their collaboration, 'TROLLZ'. Megan Thee Stallion is currently at No. 4 with 'Savage (featuring Beyoncé)' and Ariana comes in at No. 9 with 'Rain On Me', a collaboration with Lady Gaga. The photo was captioned: "Did that solo," alongside a laughing emoji. A comment beneath the post allegedly from rapper Lil Kim beneath read: "I already told you you own the [crown emoji]."

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As you probably know, Cardi and Nicki Minaj have famously been beefing for years. Meanwhile, Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj also have their issues.

The same account also posted an image of a tweet from a fan, who wrote: "Would be here for an Ariana and Cardi collab." It was captioned: "Oh the same girl who got mad over a Grammy win?" The comment seemingly referred to Cardi winning Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammys over Ariana's ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, who was nominated for the last album he created before his death in 2018.

People starting bringing up Cardi's past transphobic and racist comments and #CardiBIsOverParty and #CardiBCancelParty started trending.

Cardi has now addressed the claims in a Twitter voice note denying she was behind the finsta account. "I woke up and I'm seeing that they're trying to make this 'Cardi B Is Cancelled Party'. I'm like what the fuck. I'm not doing anything," she explained.

"So now I see these people I guess are editing or they're claiming I have a fake Instagram. I don't know, these people must think that I'm a 15-year-old girl."

She added: "Ariana Grande? I don't even have a problem with her. Why would I ever talk about her? I like her music. I don't know her much."

Cardi went on to say that she doesn't speak to Lil Kim very often and comments that were seemingly made by her hairstylist were fake.

She continued: "If I had issues with anybody, my team wouldn't even talk to nobody that I have issues with. I don't even have issues with any of these girls […] Stop trying to make this fake shit up. I don't care if you're trying to cancel me for something else but don't make lies about me. It's tiring. It's annoying."

Later, Cardi's fans used the #CardiBIsComing and #WeLoveYouCardi hashtags to defend her. In response, she thanked her fans in another Twitter voice note. She began: "I'm seeing so much love from, not only my fans, but just random people that are not fan account pages, are just having my back and realizing how fucked people could do certain shit. It's crazy how that shit backfired on the devil.

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"I'm so thankful, I'm so grateful for you guys. Thank you for making those other hashtags trend."