Cardi B Responds To Nicki Minaj Diss on 6ix9ine’s New Album – Details & Album Stream Here!

November 28, 2018
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Tekashi 6ix9ine has been dubbed a controversial rapper by many and although he is currently incarcerated, the controversy goes on. In his newly released debut album, there is a song called, “Mama” featuring Kanye West and Nicki Minaj. In her verses Nicki rhymes, “I was out in Spain rockin’ a Medusa head / I ain’t never have to give a rap producer h**d / If I do though, I’ma write a book like Supahead / This ain’t wonder that I’m making, this that super bread / Splish, splash, f**k him in a hurry, quick, fast”.

Knowing some of the back story of the ongoing Nicki, Cardi riff, fans took to social media to share their opinions regarding Nicki’s verse. It turns out that Cardi B also felt the smoke and the need which accompanied it, for a response to Nicki’s verse. Check out her response video below.

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