Cardi B Responds To Nicki Minaj's 'Queen Radio' Episode In Lengthy Instagram Rant

“Miss Chun-Li the street fighter, get the f**k out of here.”

Cardi B is not going out without a fight. The Bronx-bred MC took to her Instagram account to call out Nicki Minaj after the Queens rapper brought her up on the 10th episode of her Beats 1 show, Queen Radio on Monday (Oct. 29).

Minaj's latest episode features her making claims that Rah Ali "beat Cardi's a**" during their infamous altercation at New York Fashion Week, offering $100,000 to anyone who could leak the footage. She also shot down Hennessy Carolina's claims that she leaked Cardi's phone number.

Cardi took it upon herself to not only comment on the above hot-button topics but to also discussed Minaj's behavior on Twitter, changing her verse in Migos' "Motorsport," turning down G-Eazy's single "No Limit" and getting upset when Cardi was brought on and more in eleven separate video clips uploaded to her Instagram profile.

“This is my thing Nicki Minaj," she said in her first video. "How are you gonna say I got ragged by Rah Ali, when there is so many footages [sic] of that night, every single angle, where am I getting ragged at?"

She also said that while she will not sue anyone in Minaj's entourage for the fight, she's considering suing the Queen Barb herself.

"I don’t gotta sue nobody because of a fight…maybe I should sue you for defamation of character since you wanna claim that I am using something illegal called payola because you don’t understand why I am so f**king successful," she continued in another clip. “Why is it that when people want to listen to me, you cannot believe it, that I gotta be cheating for that…how could I possibly use payola?”

She also addressed how she is not stopping Nicki’s bag, but she’s “helping her," noting that she declined the Diesel anti- cyberbullying partnership and pop group Little Mix’s newest single “Women Like Me," both of which were "given" to the "Good Form" MC.

"I’m tired of the f**kin’ whole Internet sh*t, the interview sh*t," Cardi concluded. You know where to link me…we could talk about it, to we could fight it out, I’m with whatever…I’m in a good space right now, let me know what’s up.”

Looks like there's no end in sight for this beef. Watch Cardi's comments in the video above.

READ MORE: Nicki Minaj Recalls Cardi B Fight: “Rah Ali Beat Cardi’s A**”

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