After Nicki Minaj and Cardi B got involved in a social media war on October 29, Ariana Grande and the shoe company Steve Madden took sides. Look how they supported their allies, here.
Nicki Minaj, 35, and Cardi b, Of 25 years, went from one side to another on who was offered this agreement and that agreement, first, on October 29. Cardi claimed that he had stopped associating with Diesel and Small mix, an Italian label and a music group with which Nicki & # 39; s worked. Nicki responded sharply by saying that she had approved agreements with Fashion Nova and Steve Madden, fashion brands with which Cardi has collaborated. As it became known who had priority in these agreements, so did the rappers' allies! Steve Madden's Twitter account, especially, had some harsh words to say about Nicki.
"@NICKIMINAJ can not refuse an offer that was never made," the shoe company wrote on Twitter on October 30, adding the hashtag #StopLying. It was a direct response to Nicki's tweet from the day before, he said: "The same with Steve Madden. Irv Gotti He asked me to make that deal several times. I passed You never hear me talk about things like this. [laughing emoji] Rlly thought he was talking very good about refusing deals. " Hollywoodlife has contacted Nicki's representative for a comment.
Well, at least Little Mix had the rapper's back "Chun-Li" … and now, Ariana Grande! As we told you today, the gang of girls quickly discredited Cardi's claim that she approached him first to be a featured artist in the group's song "Woman Like Me," in which Nicki collaborated instead. After Cardi said he passed the offer because he is "doing a lot of pop records" in an Instagram video, the group posted an Instagram presentation with receipts on October 29. Members Perrie Edwards, jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock Y Jade Thirlwall it showed that they wanted Nicki first, not Cardi, and a great name liked the post: Ariana! But their support was expected, since Ari and Nicki have collaborated on four themes together since 2014.
Steve Madden reopened the pot, since the company showed up a day after Nicki and Cardi seemed to have reached a truce! After Nicki's tweet storm directed at rapper "Money", she finally wrote that we should "focus on positive things from now on" and do not want to "discuss these nonsense more". His nemesis published the call to peace on his Instagram right after, writing, "@nickiminaj, well then, let's keep it positive and keep pushing!" We will keep you informed of any drama that can be unraveled.