T.I. Slams Fans Who Pit Nicki Minaj & Cardi B Against Each Other
15 October 2019, 16:52 | Updated: 15 October 2019, 17:00
Atlanta rapper T.I slams fans who give him “indirect flack” for supporting both Nicki Minaj & Cardi B.
Last week, T.I hosted his ExpediTIously podcast and revealed his personal list of top 50 rappers. During the discussion T.I. stated that Nicki Minaj may have to get sacrificed if it came down to her or Lil Kim.
After the discussion, it sparked a huge debate online and many Barbz were disappointed about T.I's views on where Nicki stood. However T.I has revealed that he doesn't want to have to choose sides when it comes to female artists. More specifically when it comes to Nicki Minaj and Cardi B.
In the most recent episode of Rap Radar's podcast, T.I. sat down with his Rhythm + Flow co-judge Cardi B and hosts Elliott Wilson and Brian “B.Dot” Miller.
During the podcast, T.I mentioned that "miserable, lonely mothaf**kas" have tried to make him choose sides when it comes to supporting female artists.
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The 39 year-old rapper also revealed that he's received "indirect flack" when he featured a tribute to Nicki and Cardi in his Trap Museum.
Tip began "Of course, everybody [was like], 'How could you?! [Cardi] hasn't been rapping long enough! She ain't put out enough!' Hey, whoa. 'You're being disrespectful to Nicki!' Whoa. When does celebrating two queens become disrespectful to one? I never understood that. This is an acknowledgment."
He continued, "Both of these young ladies have struggled and overcame obstacles and defied the odds to put themselves in positions to represent them and the next generation."
T.I added "Why in the hell is you tryin' to pit one against the other? They have they own personal differences," he said.
"It ain't my job to perpetuate that. And I ain't got to choose a side, unlike you miserable, lonely mothaf**kas. [I have] my own opinion. I'm a free thinker, and free thinkers think freely."