Nicki Minaj Shares A Vertical Music Video For "Chun-Li"

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Nicki Minaj Says Quavo & Cardi B Let Her Get Slaughtered Over “Motorsport” Confusion Rosario Harper

Now, it appears things have been settled between Minaj and Quavo.

"This is the best album of my life that I've ever created". "He apologized", she tweeted. The first interview she did after "Motorsport" came out, it just really hurt me.

Minaj shared photos of the group on Instagram on Sunday.

Her forgiveness was provisional on Quavo's apology and he did just that.

Minaj claimed that the interview caused her to have a reputation of being the "bad guy", and Migos' member Quavo did not do anything to correct the misconception. "It's because of the Nicki hate parade that she felt the comfortability to address me in that manner", the rapper further stated.

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Minaj also accused Cardi of failing to show her the respect she deserves.

"It hurt my feelings to know that people would watch me be slaughtered and not one person will step in to say the truth", she said. But I will say, shout-out to Cardi and all the new female rappers who have been doing their thing. In a recent interview with Beats 1 Radio, she revealed she was hurt over the "Motorspot" track that she did with Migos and Cardi B.

The title of the song, audio for which was released on Thursday, comes from the name of a character from Capcom's Street Fighter series: Chun-Li, the first female fighter in the games, an accomplished martial artist and Interpol agent obsessed with tracking down and stopping the villainous M. Bison.

Rumours of a feud between Minaj and Cardi, 25, have been circulating for months.

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