Cardi B has had a very active weekend online. A brief exchange with social media personality Bella Porch ended with Porch apologizing to the hip-hop superstar.
Poarch’s verified Twitter account responded to a tweet about her new EP, saying, “Better than any Cardi album.” After 25 years of TikToker He apologized after someone claimed he hacked his page.
Two days after Bella Poarch’s mea culpa, Cardi had more to say on Twitter. on Sunday, invasion of privacy The album creator posted a subliminal message to her 23 million followers.
“This week only [proves] what [we’ve] I’ve been saying for years…I’m part of [people’s] marketing plan. If I don’t get paid, I won’t help 💰,” Cardi B tweeted last night.
Cardi B’s August 14th tweet received a lot of attention on social media platforms. Over 18,000 accounts liked the tweet. Some Twitter users speculated that Cardi’s message was just a reaction to Bella Porch’s drama.
However, some believe Cardi B’s post is actually a response to Nicki Minaj’s Barbs fanbase. A screenshot of a supposedly-deleted tweet by Cardi began circulating on her Twitter, where she allegedly told her Bella Poarch supporters to “go to the stream.”
Some of Barbz took the “go stream” statement as an attack on Nicki Minaj. Apparently, the “Super Freaky Girl” rapper saw the situation in the same way. , said, “Imagine telling da Barbz to ‘stream’ and then breaking an entire Spotify record.”
Cardi B and Nicki Minaj and their respective fans have been feuding for years. The two top female rap stars have spoken to each other in interviews, argued online, and almost had a fight at a New York Fashion Week party.
In July, Nicki Minaj called longtime collaborator Kanye West a “clown”. I defended my rival.
This wasn’t the first time Cardi B has shared her opinion on other celebrities using her as a “marketing plan” for their social media promotions. 2019’s Offset’s Bronx-native verse on “Clout” included Cardi rapping.