Minaj took to social media on Monday evening to share a heartfelt note.
But now, Minaj has posted a message asking to "focus on positive things only from here on out".
One of the major points of contention between the two rap superstars is who got offered what fashion campaigns and who turned them down first. We're all so blessed. "I know this stuff is entertaining & amusing to a lot of people but I won't be discussing this nonsense anymore".
Cardi B has threatened to sue Nicki Minaj for "defamation of character". "Let's keep it positive and keep it pushing!" Just when the beef couldn't get more ridiculous, talk show host Maury Povich stepped in on Twitter and offered the ladies his lie detector services. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper fired back after Nicki's revealing "Queen Radio" episode in which she made bold claims about her and Cardi's now-infamous New York Fashion Week altercation and more.
"Do you want to be the victim or do you want to be the gangsta.
Get the f*ck out of here", Cardi says in the video. She wrote, "Same thing with Steve Madden". "I'm talking about the hardest punches you've ever heard in your life", Minaj said on her Apple radio show. So why did she need footage to be leaked? "I made a mistake and I wish that I could go back in time and work with Nicki instead of Iggy".
I don't want to miss anything from my baby.
Basically, Cardi's like - either we can talk about this like adults or we can fight it out. I'm exhausted of the interview s-t. Yeah I had to decline it because I'm doing a lot of pop records so I can't over exaggerate myself but that came to me first.
50 was quick to support Nicki, stating in a post on Instagram: "I guess he forgot he spoke on this already. Smh". Minaj also said that Cardi attempted to take footage of the fight from her security, also adding she would be willing to pay anybody who steps forward with the footage a cool $100,000.