Cardi B is already a big winner at the American Music Awards tonight, taking home the Rap / Hip Hop Favorite Artist Award, but could the drama be prepared?
Rumors are spreading online that Nicki Minaj, who Cardi tried to fight at Harper's Bazaar's ICONs Party during New York Fashion Week, could also be in the building, attending the awards ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater of Los Angeles.
The two rappers are almost sworn enemies after months of bad blood online that led to their real haute couture battle.
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While Minaj's album Queen It was not nominated and was not seen on the red carpet, reports say there is a possibility that it has been hidden under the radar.
If the couple meets, it arrives just when Cardi B, 25 has spoken about what prompted his attack.
"For a while, she has been shooting me a lot," Cardi said of Minaj in her recent W cover article "I talked to her twice before, and we came to an agreement, but she kept it going.
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As he mentioned in his Instagram post, he shared the night of the fight, the wick for the fight went on when Minaj, 35, allegedly criticized her skills as the mother of Kulture Kiari, her 3-month-old daughter with rapper Migos. . Cardi believes that Minaj liked (but did not like) a social media post that mocked her as a mother, a claim that Minaj herself denies.
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Although Minaj has spoken publicly about the fight, saying that the test was "humiliating", the rapper has not completely withdrawn from the drama.
Last week, Minaj launched a new product line with products with the words "Nicki Stopped My Bag," alluding to when Cardi accused her of trying to interfere with her career.
The 2018 American Music Awards will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, October 9 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.