Finally Cardi reveals the conversation that went on between her and Nicki at MET GALA that went down on MondayCardi told Howard Stern, on his Sirius X
Finally Cardi reveals the conversation that went on between her and Nicki at MET GALA that went down on Monday
Cardi told Howard Stern, on his Sirius XM Radio show May 9 when he asked about the situation.
A photo captured the two rappers in what appeared to be a
serious discussion, with their mutual friend designer
Jeremy Scott , in the background.
Cardi admitted that after she confronted Nicki, they resolved their “issue.” Nonetheless,
Cardi reveals that she was never feuding with anybody but she refused to reveal all to Howard stern
“I never was feuding with anybody; there was a misunderstanding,” “I think she felt a certain type of way about something. I definitely felt a certain type of way about something. I didn’t wanna ever talk about it in public because I felt like we gonna see each other again and we will talk about it, and it’s always like little issues. The thing is, it’s always little issues, but you know, fans are always gonna make it a big thing.”
Cardi went on to explain how she spoke to Nicki at the Met Gala, the first known time the rappers were in the same room since the beef news broke. “I spoke to her at the Met Gala about it, and it’s just like, see? It’s just something that had to be talked about because it was an issue,” Cardi said.
Stern pressed the issue even more, blatantly asking, what the actual issue was that they had. However, Cardi wasn’t about to spill the tea. “I’m not gonna talk about it, but I really feel a certain type of way,” she said. “My feelings was really hurt, and I was just on some, ‘You know what? This is why I just keep to myself. This is why I cannot f–k with nobody.’”
He then asked Cardi if she thought the issue with Nicki was egged on by social media. “The media, they just so thirsty to put women in hip-hop — not just women in hip-hop, color women — against each other,” she said. “I don’t understand why they do that and why they want to do that. Like, I’ve seen so many Hispanic artists — females — work with