Nicki Minaj’s Cardi B Diss On Tyga’s “Dip” Explained | Song Stories

Nicki Minaj’s Cardi B Diss On Tyga’s “Dip” Explained | Song Stories

December 17, 2019 100 By Kailee Schamberger


HILLARY: Tyga follows up “Taste” with
“Dip” featuring Nicki Minaj and plenty of beef. HILLARY: On the D.A. Doman-produced track,
Nicki jumps right into her favorite topic, people copying her style—while gearing up
for a Cardi B sub. HILLARY: Nicki references her scuffle with
Cardi at the Harper’s Bazaar party in September 2018, where she threw her shoe at the Queens
MC and emerged with a bruise, given either by security or, according to Nicki, her friend, Rah Ali. NICKI MINAJ: Rah beat you so bad, that I was mad
at Rah. You went home and told people security hit
you, and we let that lie continue because of legal reasons. HILLARY: Back in September, Cardi explained
her reasons for the altercation, saying Nicki had allegedly liked negative comments about
she and her newborn daughter, Kulture on social media. She also addressed this in an October Instagram
clapback series, if you will. CARDI B: Where am I getting ragged at? Do you wanna be the victim or do you wanna
be the gangsta? HILLARY: Nicki’s subs on “Dip” dropped
the same day as her latest Queen radio show episode, where she accused the Bronx rapper of stopping
her from shooting two videos. NICKI MINAJ: So Offset and 21 Savage didn’t do
that London On Da Track record because she said that I was talkin about her. And then the “Krippy Kush” record she wanted
to get on that record. I ended up getting on it. And if you notice, it went from being 21 Savage
to Travis Scott on it. He wasn’t allowed because he was on her
single. Mind you, I could’ve said you stopped my bag twice with two videos. HILLARY: Cardi refuted that in one of her Instagram
posts. CARDI B: Why are you tryna say I stopped your
bag because 21 Savage didn’t wanna do a music video with you? Sis, I’m not even that close to that man. So how can I have that power on that man to
tell him, ‘Hey, don’t do this music video that you’re getting paid for, for me?’ Get the fuck out of here. HILLARY: Nicki also drudged up 2017’s “Motorsport”
beef, saying that, in her original verse, when she called Cardi a “quarterback”
and herself her coach, it was a compliment but Cardi wasn’t having it. CARDI B: Bitch you not my coach, ’cause you never helped me to get in this fucking career and I’m nothing like you. So I’m definitely not your fucking son,
I’m a real ass person, you not, so fuck outta here. HILLARY: Cardi continued her Instagram series,
alleging that Nicki’s only on Little Mix’s new single “Woman Like Me” because she
passed on it, but Nicki let an even bigger hit pass her by. CARDI: Now, let’s talk about why you barked at
your managers, because you and G-Eazy got the same management, and you barked at them because
they gave me the “No Limit” record, which they presented to you first and you didn’t
like the record. You didn’t believe in the record. Nobody actually believed in the record. HILLARY: Nicki fanned the flames on Twitter,
by offering to do a lie detector test with Bardi on her radio show or some sort of timed
rap writing contest—goading Cardi to “write a rap.” And then she said: OK you guys, let’s focus on positive things only from here on out. We’re all so blessed. I know this stuff is entertaining & funny to a lot of people but I won’t be discussing this nonsense anymore. Thank you for the support & encouragement year after year. Love you. HILLARY: Ultimately, both women are in their bag, Nicki as the villain who throws
rocks and hides her hands and Cardi, as the reality show rhymer who’s keeping it real. CARDI B: If you really want to talk about it,
you know where to link me, we could always link up. We could talk about it, or we could fight
it out. I’m with whatever. HILLARY: And that’s where it stands, for
now. If you want to learn more about “Dip,”
check out the song page on Genius.com. I’m Hillary with Genius News, bringing you
the meaning and the knowledge behind the music.