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Nicki Minaj plans to expose DJ Self after he praises Cardi B's album over hers

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That's not at all what happened :rip: 

Self was there when Nicki went to her interview with DJ Clue, and he tried to diss Cardi in order to gain Nicki's favour, but Nicki wasn't having it at all.

If anything, Nicki was standing up for Cardi. Back when Cardi was on LHH (and you mixtape fans SHOULD know this cough, cough), Self treated Cardi like shit, so I'm not surprised this happened. Even his own daughter was shading him about this on IG today.

Also Empressive is a trash channel nnn

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Well she didn’t lie... she’s actually defending Cardi here. :nickiawkward:

and I don’t think Cardi stans should be coming for someone’s mental state when their fave literally threatened to drop their baby to fight an instagram stan just a few days ago...

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Just now, jackgrande said:

and I don’t think Cardi stans should be coming for someone’s mental state when their fave literally threatened to drop their baby to fight an instagram stan just a few days ago...

Nothing but tea :nickiawkward: Someone go call child services :nickiawkward:

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Just now, Nicki Minaj said:

Nothing but tea :nickiawkward: Someone go call child services :nickiawkward:

People be saying Nicki mad over tweets and stuff, but their fave bout to drop her damn newborn to fight somebody over an IG comment :rip: 

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