Donnell Rawlings Says Nicki Minaj Followers Damage His Emotions Over His Cardi B Remark


After but one other tense interplay on social media this 12 months, it’s clear Nicki Minaj and Cardi B’s years-long beef isn’t over. Comic Donnell Rawlings apparently discovered himself within the crossfire of the stans struggle taking part in out on Twitter.

Donnell Rawlings appeared on the newest episode of Hell Of A Week with Charlamagne Tha God. The late-night speak present included Rawlings discussing Nicki Minaj’s diehard supporters often known as the Barbz.

“Nicki Minaj followers harm my emotions. These Barbz – they drug me for every week and a half,” the previous Chappelle’s Present forged member instructed Charlamagne Tha God. “I didn’t deserve it.”

Rawlings continued, “What I did say was Cardi B kinda destroyed Nicki Minaj’s profession. Once I mentioned that, the Barbz went loopy… On prime of that, the King-King Barb, [Lil Nas X], did a tweet. After that, my profession was lifeless for 2 weeks.”

In response to Donnell Rawlings, most of the Barbz started flooding his totally different social media pages with clown and unicorn emojis. New York Occasions reporter Joe Coscarelli joked that Rawlings ought to have set his accounts to personal.

The Nicki Minaj Vs Cardi B Beef Does Not Appear To Be Slowing Down

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B have been publicly feuding since a minimum of 2018. The dangerous blood culminated in an notorious combat at a 2018 Harper’s Bazaar celebration throughout New York Vogue Week.

Since that second, each Hip Hop stars’ respective followers proceed to have interaction in heated arguments on-line. There’s additionally hypothesis that Nicki Minaj and Cardi B always throw subliminal pictures at one another in tweets and in songs.

Some listeners took Minaj’s “in spite of everything of that surgical procedure, you’re nonetheless ugly, now that’s what will get me” line on “We Go Up” that includes Fivio International as a diss directed at Cardi B. “We Go Up” got here out in March of this 12 months.

Then in September, Nicki Minaj used “Tremendous Freaky Woman (Queen Combine)” to seemingly ship different veiled pictures at her rival by returning to ghostwriting assaults. The Queens, New York native mentioned, “I ain’t speaking Spanish after I say, ‘Señorita.’ Instructed that b#### ghostwriter, ‘Yo, ship your reader.’”

Followers on Cardi B’s aspect imagine the Bronx-raised rapper fired again a Nicki Minaj on GloRilla’s “Tomorrow 2” which additionally dropped in September. Cardi raps on the tune, “I keep on her thoughts, I bought condos in that b#### head. She say she don’t f### with me. Who mentioned which you could, ho?”

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