Cardi B and Nicki Minaj Trade Shots Amid Billboard Disqualification, Accusation Sparks Response and Controversy

The ongoing feud between rappers Cardi B and Nicki Minaj has been reignited with a new online beef. On December 14, Minaj expressed frustration on Twitter over Billboard allegedly dismissing sales for her album Pink Friday 2. She claimed that she may lose sales units due to a rule violation regarding fan proof of purchase. Minaj also pointed out the disparity, saying, "You can give out millions on Cash App tho." She endorsed a tweet that criticized Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 2020 $1 million Cash App giveaway, which was initiated through the #WAPParty contest to celebrate powerful women. Cardi B joined the conversation by liking a tweet that addressed the #WAPParty giveaway. The tweet highlighted that the Cash App partnership for the song "WAP" happened after it had already reached number one on the charts, and it required no proof of purchase, welcoming any woman in need. The partnership aimed to provide financial assistance to women during the pandemic.

Cardi B defended the "WAP" initiative and its philanthropic purpose to aid women in need during the pandemic. She called for an end to unwarranted provocations and narratives, asserting that she shouldn't be painted as the problem. This latest exchange between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj highlights the ongoing tension between them, with social media being the platform for their public disputes. Fans eagerly await further developments in this ongoing saga of rivalry and online confrontation.