Cardi B Wants To End Feuds & Diss Tracks Aimed At Female Rappers

On Monday, March 25th, Cardi B hopped on X Spaces (formerly Twitter) and had a chat with her fans, sharing some updates. In the video, which you can watch below, Cardi talked about some changes she’s making.

Cardi mentioned, “I’m done with b****es. I’m done with the arguing. If anybody want to see me, they can fight me. I got short nails now. So, if anybody got an issue with me, they can link up and fight me. But I’m not going back-and-forth no more on Instagram on social media on records or nothing.”

This statement marks a significant shift in Cardi B’s approach to conflicts with fellow female rappers such as Nicki Minaj and the City Girls. Instead of engaging in verbal disputes or social media wars, she’s opting for a more direct approach.

By expressing her readiness to settle issues physically, Cardi is signaling a desire to move away from the drama and focus on other aspects of her career.

Cardi B is getting ready to launch her second album. She’s been talking about it lately while getting everything set up for its release. Some songs from the album, like “Like What (Freestyle)” and “Enough (Miami),” have already been released.

Even though there have been delays, Cardi is determined to release the album in 2024, no matter what.