Nicki Minaj returns Cardi B's serve with a master shot of pettiness.
There are layers to Nicki Minaj's connivery I tell you. At first glance, you wouldn't think to consider the casting process that went into her "Good Form" music video. On the surface, it plays out like any other video of its kind: a set location, and plenty of flashy elements like scantily dressed models, and giant-sized pastries, one and the same. But rest assured, Nicki found a way to prod her greatest nemesis in the subtlest of ways, let me explain.
Granted, every work of art conveys a certain level of ambiguity, on appearances alone. The manner in which The Queen furthered her cold war narrative with Cardi B was to elicit the other women with whom she counts as foes. We're talking about the video vixens who show up in the 2nd cutscene next to an assembly of chairs. TMZ has learned, and Nicki has confirmed - these are the same women that Cardi B ordered a hit on, for meddling with her baby father Offset.
Baddie Gi and Jade, the women implicated employed by Nicki in the "Good Form" music video, are said to be in process of filing a lawsuit against Cardi B for the alleged attack. It is believed that Tekashi 6ix9ine, an ardent supporter of Nicki, was prepared to do the same. Baddie Gi and Jade were in the plans for the 6ix9ine, Kanye and Nicki video shoot that got shut up.