Cardi also said Nicki's recent fashion campaign with Diesel was also offered to her first.
Rvssian, who is best known in dancehall for producing some massive hits for Vybz Kartel, is the producer behind "Krippy Kush", and he set the record straight on why 21 Savage didn't appear on the song's remix with Nicki Minaj. "Yeah, I had to decline it because I'm doing a lot of pop records, so I can't, you know, overexaggerate myself".
Video from the event hosted by Harper's Bazar appeared to show Cardi being escorted out by security with a large bump on her head after she reportedly threw a shoe at Minaj. "Let's keep it positive and keep it pushing!" "You won't. I must admit you're a convincing liar".
"How you say that I was the wild animal, that I attacked you, that you was mortified, that you was humiliated, playing the victim but now you the gangsta?' asked Cardi, who suggested that Nicki 'pick a side" in how she presents her account of the clash. Nicki talked about the fight at the NY fashion week and claimed that it was Rah Ali who punched Cardi hard and not the security at the event.
"Rah held her head and punched her like eight, nine times, and I could hear it; I'm talking like the hardest punch you've ever heard in your life".
"Anybody that wants to pull up the surveillance footage, I will give you $100,000", Minaj said.
While Steve Madden was team Cardi, Little Mix defended Minaj on Monday night. I didn't leak your number.
But Cardi had her own take on the latest claims. "I'm exhausted of the f--ing whole internet shit". We can talk about it, or we can fight it out.
"You say you're exhausted of talking about it, I'm exhausted of talking about it too", she said. He commented under the video in which Cardi claims she was the first to receive the offer, asking her to come clean. The "I Like It" rapper told Teen Vogue at the time that she had a "mutual friend" with the designer. I've shot huge big-budget videos before that didn't look like that.