Cardi B Blasts Wiz Khalifa Over Shady Grammy Tweet
Written by B87FM on November 24, 2020
Cardi B is looking out Wiz Khalifa for his shady tweet.
Throughout a Twitter Q&A following the Grammy nominations, Wiz responded to followers who had been sad with the nominees, together with one who took difficulty with Cardi B successful a Grammy earlier than Nicki Minaj.
“cardi wining a Grammy when nicki minaj didn’t is the most important proof that they don’t know a shit bout music,” tweeted the person.
Wiz retweeted the remark and provided his take. “Most self made artists have this downside,” he added.
It wasn’t lengthy earlier than Cardi noticed Wiz’s tweet and clapped again, sharing a screenshot from a four-year-old DM she acquired from the Taylor Gang MC. “This was Nikkas in my dms in 2016!” she stated. “They actually assist you once you grinding on the backside then it’s a special story once you make it !”
She later added, “I don’t perceive why ni**as entertain tweets that pit profitable ladies in opposition to one another? Ya not bored with that? Specifically when ya was rooting arduous when a bitch was on the backside.”
I don’t perceive why niggas entertain tweets that pit profitable ladies in opposition to one another? Ya not bored with that? Specifically when ya was rooting arduous when a bitch was on the backside.
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) November 24, 2020
Wiz responded to Cardi, insisting he nonetheless helps her and considers her self made. “Rattling that wuz good recommendation. I nonetheless assist u,” he wrote in response to her authentic tweet. “Nothings modified. Your self made in my e-book as effectively.”
Offset additionally stepped in to defend his spouse in a cryptic tweet seemingly geared toward Wiz. “Ni**as be hoes !!!! Smh,” he wrote.
Neither Wiz nor Cardi was nominated for any Grammys on the 63rd annual ceremony. Cardi, who received the Grammy for Finest Rap Album in 2019, determined to not submit her Megan Thee Stallion-assisted hit “WAP” for any classes, as a substitute selecting to attend till the 2022 Grammys when she releases her sophomore album.