The "B" stands for "Big Mad."
Earlier today, TMZ ran with a story that Cardi B was planning on dropping a Nicki Minaj diss track in the near future. Though some welcomed yet another high profile rap beef on wax, others wondered whether the feud was better off dead. Unfortunately for those in the former category, Cardi came through to dispel the report, all while rainining fire and brimstone upon the TMZ name.
"Dear TMZ. You see you really pressed my button a couple of weeks ago when ya had photographers literally stalk me and my daughter when i clearly said repeatedly i don’t want to show my daughter.W ith fame comes crazy people, stalkers and phychopaths so i want to protect my child till I’m ready to show her to the world but NO integrity don’t matter to ya," writes Cardi, in a heated Instagram rant.
"Then ya constantly got me in ya blog spreading fake shit about me without doing ya research and even when we tell ya is not true ya still push it," she continues. "Ya motherfuckers need to get off my dick and start reporting about them actresses ya used to report about cause I’m not the one to fuck with THANK YOU!! Btw in REAL news my single “Money” drops OCTOBER 26!!"
Clearly, Cardi B has had enough, and made her position abundantly clear. She even made sure to provide receipts, which reveal an iMessage discourse between her team and "Charlie" from TMZ. In the exchange, it's clear that Cardi's camp dispels any notion of a Nicki diss track, and confirms the story is "fake news" to say the least.
In more important matters, Cardi B made it clear to announce the release date for her new single "Money," dropping October 26th. While it hasn't been long since Invasion Of Privacy, it should be interesting to hear what Cardi B has in store for her return to the game. For the record, Cardi has since deleted the post.