Following the incident, Cardi took to Instagram where she released a statement that emphasized that her issue was with the questioning of her skills as a parent to her new baby, Kulture, noting that when it concerned her daughter, "all bets are f-ckin' off!"
'I want to let the whole world know that I have never and will never speak ill of somebody's child, that's some clown s**t, and some more clown s**t is telling that someone is speaking ill of your child, ' she said.
"But we did hear this woman say that nothing's off limits", Nicki said, "Because she has built her career off of sympathy and payola". Who the fuck is gonna give her a fuckin' intervention?
"You calling black women roaches, you getting girls beat up because of what your man doing", she added. "Real bitches never do that". Real b--es never attack a woman. They were separated by security, but Cardi was still trying to get at her.
Nicki went on to accuse Cardi of having other women (seemingly strippers) attacked, both financially and physically, due to their alleged associations with her husband, Offset: "You getting girls beat up because of what your man's doing?"
Nicki didn't even respond as security took Cardi B out with one shoe on her foot. While Nicki said the song was written more than a year ago, it raised many eyebrows with bars like "Unlike a lot of these h*es whether wack or lit / At least I can say I wrote every rap I spit".
Minaj also denied the charges that Cardi has laid upon her. "I let you talk big s-t about me!" "You put your hands on certain people, you 'gon die". The "I Like It" performer was shown on tape yelling "B***h come here" multiple times before removing her red platform sandal and thrusting it in Minaj's direction. Let me tell you what won't change, who he is, and his actions. "My money is very f***ing long". I let you attempt to stop my bags, f**k up the way I eat!