Nicki Minaj is revealing more details about her now infamous fight at New York Fashion Week with Cardi B.
Seven weeks after the incident, Minaj explained that her friend Rah Ali was the one who hit Cardi. "Rah really, really beat Cardi's ass," Minaj said during Monday's episode of her Beats 1 show. Reina Radio
"Rah hit you so bad, I was angry with Rah." You went home and told people that security had hit you, and we let that happen for legal reasons, "Minaj added of his friend, who prevailed in the sixth season of VH1. Love & Hip Hop: New York with cardi.
The videos of the Sept. 7 incident were posted online, and one showed Cardi carrying someone. In a different video, you can listen to Cardi shouting "say some s- about my daughter [Kulture] again."
"Cardi walked towards Nicki and, suddenly, Cardi started shouting something about her son," said a source to PEOPLE. "She was screaming," Bitch your fighter. "The bitch does not talk about my daughter in Nicki."
The source also revealed that Cardi "threw his shoe because he could not get through" to Minaj, 35, who "was there with eight or nine bodyguards."
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During the episode on Monday Queen Radio, Minaj remembered the NYFW fight and explained: "Ra held his head and hit it eight and nine times, and I could hear it, I'm talking about the strongest blow you've heard in your life".
The rapper also said that there is a video of the incident that has not yet been seen. "There's no way I can lie about this because there are surveillance images of the building where the assault took place," he said. "Anyone who wants to put the surveillance images, I will give you $ 100,000. Pick up that surveillance recording.
Although the couple's NYFW fight continues in the headlines, Minaj insisted that she wants to put her fight behind her. "I'm perfectly fine with not talking about this again, I'm perfectly fine with not mentioning this again if you never mention it again," he said, and then added: "I think we can agree to disagree on some things. I do not see you as my enemy.
Rah Ali is not the only one involved in the flesh of Nicki and Cardi. On Sunday, Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina, claimed that Minaj leaked the rapper's "I Like It" phone number, which led to threatening messages about baby Kulture.
"You're already asking why I'm referring to a fan base, but do not ask why someone with such influence would use their influence to manipulate their fans to propagate so much negativity and hatred," Hennessy wrote in an Instagram post that no longer uses.
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Minaj responded to Hennessy's claim during his radio show. "What kind of bird, you, bitch? I did not filter your number. Stop lying about me, "she replied. "You can not lie about me, filtering numbers, now you know the truth, your older sister came home and lied to you, now what?
While the two rappers have had their differences in recent times, Minaj said that Cardi had asked him to appear in another collab. "You asked me to go on your second single [“Bartier Cardi”]. And I said no because I felt it was too much because "Motorsport" was about to come out, "he said about his career with Migos." Now, all of you, beloved, with those girls, why do not you ask Remy and Kim to are they on their second single? "
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This is far from being the first time that Minaj talks about Cardi. Queen Radio.
During the episode of September 10, Minaj denied having spoken badly about Cardi's daughter. "I just want people to know that Onika Tanya Maraj will never, never … speak ill of anyone's children," Minaj said, using her full name. "I'm not a clown, that's clown s …
She went on to say that she was embarrassed by the incident. "The other night I was part of something so mortifying and so humiliating to be in front of a group of people on the top step who live together," Minaj said. "I was in a Gaultier robe, outside my mother, on the track, and I could not believe how humiliated we all felt."
Still, she did not feel the need to fight against Cardi. "I'm such a bad bitch that I did not even feel the need to defend myself that night," Minaj said.