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Cardi B pulls up on Nicki Minaj fan in NYC

The fan admitted he was just trolling.

Cardi B didn’t hesitate to pull up on a Nicki Minaj fan in person in New York City after they got into a heated exchange on Twitter. According to Rap-Up, Cardi spoke on Nicki’s “Tusa” collaboration with Colombian artist Karol G on Twitter, claiming that she was offered the song first. “Cause I passed on it… now sip on that,” she wrote in a tweet that has since been deleted. “Stop trying and pick and pick and pick cause I ain’t going keep letting people play with me,” Cardi added. “I been chillin let me chill in peace.”

One Twitter user replied to Cardi’s tweet, telling her not to get “beat up.” The Bronx rapper fired back, “By who?” before revealing her location. “Cause I’m 46 and 8th ave in Ny in case somebody want to see me !” she said. A fan of Nicki went to the location and posted a video to prove it. “I’m standing right here. I’m standing right here,” the fan said.

Cardi also shared a video at the same location, but claimed that the fan was not there. “See, I’m still right here just in case somebody wanna see me. Stop. Now leave me alone.” The fan then responded, “Huh? Huh? I will see you, sweetie. I’m on the block, pull up. Skrt skrt, where you at?”

Shortly after, Cardi confronted the Nicki fans through her car window. One fan said to her, “We’ll fight you.” The other backed down, admitting that he was just trolling. “It’s like you troll, I troll,” he said. To which Cardi replied, “I’m not about trolling, I pull the f—k up.”

The meet up ended amicably, as they exchanged air kisses. “Love you,” Cardi said to the fan. The fan responded, “Love you.”

Meanwhile, some of Cardi’s fans were worried about her pulling up on Nicki’s fans to prove a point. One fan tweeted, “We know you ain’t no punk. But don’t ever entertain or do no dumb sh-t like this. Fans/Stans/Trolls are crazy and this could have ended badly.”

Check out Cardi B and Nicki Minaj’s fan exchange below.

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