Cardi B Seemingly Shades Nicki Minaj and Her Husband Amid Legal Battle

While reacting to a Barb commenting on the possibility of her facing four-year prison sentence on assault charges, the ‘WAP’ hitmaker appears to be throwing shade at Nicki and Kenneth Petty.

AceShowbizCardi B and Nicki Minaj‘s feud is not ending just yet. The “WAP” hitmaker appeared to throw shade at the “Anaconda” raptress and her husband Kenneth Petty as she reacted to a Barb commenting on the possibility of her facing four-year prison sentence on assault charges.

The apparent shared arrived after a Nicki fan told the wife of Offset to “get the best lawyers out there yk damn well Offset ain’t gon be there for your kids.” Obviously, Cardi caught wind of the now-deleted tweet and replied with a tweet which many believed was a jab at Nicki.

“My man is allow to be with his kids so what’s your point ?” so the “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker wrote back to the fan. People believed that Cardi was shading Nicki’s husband Kenneth, a registered sex offender, as he has to work around California law to simply spend time with his kids.

Cardi B seemingly shaded Nicki Minaj and her husband.

Other Nicki fans quickly came for Cardi as one said, “Nicki Minaj name lives in your rent free mind huh.” Another person tweeted, “U just had a baby and still have time to send shades but don’t have time to do a rap battle with Nicki Minaj? that’s so EMBARRASSING.” Someone else asked, “How are you still caught up on 4 year old beef. Plz drop it, it’s embarrassing.”

Back in August, Nicki and Kenneth were accused of harassing his sexual assault victim, Jennifer Hough. Jennifer accused the couple of “bribery, intimidation, harassment, and stalking” after the pair allegedly tried to make her not to speak about the incident.

Nicki recently broke her silence on her delayed response to the harassment lawsuit leveled against her and her husband. “My failure to respond to the complaint was the product of an innocent mistake,” the femcee stated in court documents. “And I ask the court to excuse the delay so that I can defend what I believe to be an entirely frivolous case which plaintiff’s counsel has brought against me in an effort to use my name to generate publicity for himself.”

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