In one of several videos posted to Twitter, Cardi B, wearing a red dress, can be seen lunging towards Minaj before throwing a shoe at the rapper as their security teams rush to break it up.
The two have a history of "issues", but Cardi B indicated in a social media post that the problem this time is that Cardi B thought Minaj talked about her baby girl, 2-month-old Kulture. I was mortified. I was in a Gaultier gown - off the motherfucking runway - and I could not believe how humiliated it all felt because we... made ourselves look - and I'ma get back, but before I go, I wanna say that I would never discuss anyone's child. "The other night, I was a part of something so mortifying and humiliating to go through in front of the upper echelon...people who have their lives together".
Speaking on the incident, Cardi B explained why she fought with Nicki. She, however, resorted to throwing her shoe at Nicki when security stopped her from getting any closer. I let you attempt to stop my bags, f**k up the way I eat! You came into my fucking culture!
"I would never talk about anyone's child's or parenting, I don't give a shit".
"It's all lies, I would never ridicule anyone's child", Minaj said. 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".
The world gave you a blessing, of a attractive bundle of joy, and the only thing on your mind after you gave birth was to attack people and to stop their bags. Who are you angry at, sweetheart?
In a video obtained by Cosmopolitan, the mother-of-one is heard screaming: "I will f [expletive] you up!"
Nicki has however previously insisted the song is not a diss track, and that she loves everyone mentioned; as she states in the chorus: 'I'm just playin, but I'm sayin'.
The star also suggested that Cardi B has managed to create a fake public image for herself.