Nicki Minaj has made an incredibly generous offer for someone to leak CCTV footage of her fight with Cardi B.
During a new episode of her Queen Radio series, Nicki, 35, announced that she will pay out $100,000 (£78,000) in exchange for the video of her epic brawl with Cardi during New York Fashion Week in September.
The female rappers literally came to blows after Cardi, 26, confronted her rival over alleged comments about her daughter Kulture. It resulted in the Bodak Yellow rapper being escorted out of the venue with a nasty looking bump on her forehead while Nicki emerged unscathed.
Announcing her offer, Nicki said on Monday: Anybody that wanna pull up the surveillance footage, I will give you $100,000.
Recalling how the fight went down in her eyes, Nicki said: Rah [Ali] really, really beat Cardis ass bad. Like really bad… The hardest punches youve ever heard in your life.
Nicki also used her popular radio platform on Apple to deny leaking Cardis phone number after allegations from the rappers younger sister Hennessy.
The former Young Money star said: Im not a child, but you got your sister calling my friends all kinds of disrespectful names. I was minding my business … Lets make our music, and just be happy.
If you leave Nicki alone, the Barbz will leave you alone [Period].
Accusing Nicki of the phone leak, Hennessy said: Ya asking why Im beefing with a fan base but ya not asking why someone with so much influence would use their influence to manipulate their fans to spread so much negativity and hate!
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She leaked my sisters number to her fan pages the same shit she did to Mariah Lynn.
Elsewhere in the Queen Radio episode, Nicki was joined by rapper Tyga to debut their new song, Dip. Nicki teased the music video with a photo showing her clad in PVC and wearing a catwoman headpiece.
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