“I see u niggas dick riding too,” he began. “Yal niggas need to worry bout HITS PUT SUM OUT. And you niggas don’t want smoke keeping talking shit in the studios.”
Private text messages between Offset and Cardi B were allegedly exposed online earlier this week. During the exchange, Cardi says she’s going to beat up Nicki Minaj over the “MotorSport” drama. Minaj addressed the Migos single — featuring Cardi and Minaj — during her interview with Beats 1 Radio on Thursday (April 12).
The site responsible for the alleged leak had its Twitter account suspended shortly after releasing the text messages, leading many to conclude they did belong to Offset and Cardi.
Fans think Offset is pissed because Cardi got caught bashing the self-proclaimed Queen of Rap.
The second theory has to do with Bay Area rap group SOB x RBE who recently said “Fuck the Migos” during a concert at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California.
“You can tell the Migos we the hottest group in the game,” Yhung T.O. declared before getting more antagonistic. “Fuck the Migos!”
This one has to do with “MotorSport” once again but it’s more specifically about Minaj’s original verse, which contained the line, “If Cardi B the QB/ I’m Nick Lombardi.” As Minaj explained in the Beats 1 Radio interview, she was told to remove Cardi’s name by Atlantic Records allegedly at the “Bodak Yellow” rapper’s request.
Some fans believe Offset is fuming because Minaj outshined everyone else on the track.
Some thought his rage was aimed at Future after the HNDRXX rapper appeared to be standing up for Minaj in a subtweet but Offset quickly quieted that rumor.
“MY TWEET AINT @1future,” he wrote. “WE GOOD.”
Prior to Offset’s shut down, Twitter was convinced the two super rappers were feuding.
The fifth theory involves London On Da Track’s joint “No Flag” featuring Offset, 21 Savage and Minaj. On the song, Minaj raps, “Lil’ bitch I heard these labels tryna make another me/ Everything you getting little hoe is cause of me,” which some perceived as a Cardi diss.
But shortly after the song’s August 2017 release, Black Barbie took to Twitter to deny it had anything to do with her.
Whatever Offset’s upset about, Twitter is here for it.
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