Did Cardi B's Grandmother Perform Witchcraft On Nicki Minaj? The Truth Is Here

People are still talking about the fight between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at New York Fashion Week a few years ago. For those who don’t know, here’s what happened: Several news sources say that Cardi B got mad at Minaj when she heard that the “Barbie Tingz” rapper was criticizing her parenting skills.

TMZ got a video of Cardi B yelling and lunging at a person who was thought to be Minaj. Someone threw shoes. It was a huge pile of drama that both tabloids and people on social media couldn’t get enough of the next day and the days after that. What started out as a fight between the two rappers that was made up by the media quickly turned into something real.

Did Cardi B's Grandmother Perform Witchcraft On Nicki Minaj? The Truth Is Here

Ever since then, things have never been the same between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. To make the matter worse, Nicki Minaj even started believing that Cardi B’s grandmother had performed voodoo on her.

Is it true though? Did Cardi B’s grandmother really perform witchcraft on Nicki Minaj? We will cover all of that and more in this article.

Nicki Minaj Claimed Cardi B Did Voodoo On Her

Nicki Minaj went on Queen Radio on Sunday night to air her dirty laundry and talk about some of her competitors in the music business. The “Super Freaky Girl” rapper said, among other things, that she had heard that another rapper had tried to do voodoo on her.

“What would you think if one of your favorite rappers did voodoo?” Nicki said on Queen Radio.

Minaj continued, “And they were so f*cking stupid to talk about it. Not only were they texting about it, but they were also talking to people about it and didn’t know that someone who knows them well was nearby.

Did Cardi B's Grandmother Perform Witchcraft On Nicki Minaj? The Truth Is Here

Minaj said, “Imagine having such low self-worth that you turn to voodoo and witchcraft as if you don’t have to pay it back.”

“Am I that much of a f*cking threat?”

Judging by the entire situation and how Nicki was handling the conversation, it’s evident that she was ‘really’ under the impression that Cardi B had performed witchcraft on her.

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It quickly became clear that Nicki was mistaken, there was no amount of voodoo or witchcraft involved. Read on for details.


Azealia Banks Says She Lied To Nicki Minaj That Cardi B’s Grandmother Did Voodoo On Her

Well, Azealia Banks came into the chat on Tuesday and said she was the one who told Nicki Minaj that Cardi B did voodoo on her, but she also said she made the whole thing up.

“I lied to you stupid hoe.” Azealia shared on her Instagram Story. “Cardi’s grandma didn’t do witchcraft on you.”

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In a voiceover, she said, “the easiest form of witchcraft is to tell someone that it’s being done on them.”
“Someone with a weak mind — they get paranoid. They start turning on themselves. And that is exactly what’s happening,” Banks says.

“And that’s exactly what’s happening. The walls are f**ing closing in on you… You are down in the f**ing gutter b*tch. You are not as smart as you think you are.. I lied, I lied..And now you’re out here making a f**ing fool of yourself.”   

Banks also said that Nicki was following Cardi B in a long Instagram story. She says Nicki is still “mad” after five years because Nicki “probably wanted to be Cardi B’s friend in the beginning.”

So there you have it folks, Cardi B or her grandmother did not do voodoo on Nicki Minaj, it was all part of Azealia Banks’ game plan to get back at Minaj.


By Rahul

Rahul graduated from Leeds Trinity University with a journalism degree and is passionate about football and sports in general. Rahul follows everything from the Bundesliga to the Eredivisie, from Augsburg to Vitesse. He has honed his skills in tracking out the most recent trending news in order to keep up with fresh releases for creative features. He is also fascinated by celebrity news and the entertainment industry, and he writes on pop culture, celebrities, and social media.

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