Cardi B Seemingly Reacts To Drama Involving Female Rappers: 'Put A @ On It'

By Tony M. Centeno

September 13, 2022

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Cardi B had something to say after some fans tried to drag her into the drama that recently erupted on social media involving some of Hip-Hop's leading ladies.

On Monday night, September 12, Bardi took to her Twitter timeline to speak on several topics from PnB Rock's tragic death to the current influx of heated beefs between multiple female rappers. The "Hot Sh*t" rapper doesn't single out anyone in particular. Instead, she issued a warning to anyone who's even thinking of sending subliminal shots her way. She began by tweeting out numerous "@" symbols followed by a message that addresses her thoughts on everything.

"This s**t is tiring, old, and redundant," Cardi tweeted. "Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR = start chaos, drama, and then promote their s**t. I actually have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Until b***hes put a @ on it they talking to their mother. Byeeee."

Cardi B has done well to stray away from the drama that's been unfolding between various women in Hip-Hop until now. Over the past week or so, fanbases for rappers like Nicki Minaj, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil' Kim and others have been taking sides and defending their respective artists' honor amid numerous slanderous rumors. Kim was accused of coming for Nicki on Meg's "Plan B" (Remix). Meg was reportedly accused of being the unidentified woman Nicki referred to during an episode of Queen Radio when she claimed a rapper told her to drink alcohol during her pregnancy. And those are just a few of the hot topics being discussed on social media.

Before Bardi responded, Meg appeared to shut down the recent rumors about her by slamming them as a "lie" on Twitter. Lil' Kim also took to social media to deny all accusations about her lyrics in her collaboration with Meg.

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