Bloody Tingz: Does This Prove That Cardi Subtly Shaded Nicki RIGHT After Reconciling At The Met Gala?

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Cardi B Accused Of Dissing Nicki Minaj After The Met Ball

Although fans saw Cardi B and Nicki Minaj cordially chatting at the Met Gala, a rumor’s swirling that soon after one of them sent the other shade.

As previously reported fans speculated that Cardi and Nicki exchanged pleasantries during the fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art despite Nicki previously saying that Cardi’s never “said anything nice about her.”

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Now some Barbz are calling foul on Cardi and accusing the Bronx rapper of not so subtly shading Nicki Minaj.

Why??

Well, Instagram account @UnveiledCelebs posted a screenshot of Cardi liking a comment from a fan dissing Nicki.

“Cardi looking like I accept your apology but still don’t fwu (f**k with you),” reads the comment that Cardi allegedly liked.

Everybody always got mouth when they pregnant 😭

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According to Cardi herself, that’s 100% UNTRUE and the comment is fake.

“This s*** is fake. Get off my d***!!!” wrote Cardi in the comments section.

Nice try, thirsties!!!

Isn’t it time to stop trying to force these two to have beef??? It’d be different if one of them actually dropped a diss track…

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Did YOU think Cardi B dissed Nicki Minaj????

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What is true is that Cardi spoke on that beatdown that her security gave an overzealous fan after the ball. PEOPLE caught a since-deleted tweet from Cardi that read,

“If you check my tag pics I take a lot of pics with fans. Some people are not fans & sometimes I don’t want no pics and I simply don’t want people too close cause of [my pregnancy].”

“I don’t know what are people’s intentions sooo I be careful. Why can’t people respect that?”

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