“I’m different. I’m not going to keep arguing with somebody,” she stated. “I don’t want to hear this, and I think the part that made it the corniest after everything for like 15 hours, and then they’re both like ‘Okay, let’s be friends now.’”
Remy was talking about the last round of back-and-forth between Nicki and Cardi. It happened when Nicki went on her “Queen Radio” show and said her friend Rah Ali beat up the “Bodak Yellow” rapper at New York Fashion week.
Cardi responded a few hours later and said Ali didn’t touch her. She and Nicki also argued about who was the first to be offered an exclusive deal with designer Steve Madden.
Afterwards, Nicki posted a message and said she was done going at it with Cardi and wanted to keep things positive. Cardi agreed, the verbal jabs stopped and the beef now seems to be over.
But unlike Remy, Joe Budden felt the dispute went perfectly, and he liked how both expressed themselves then moved on.
“That’s why it was great,” he stated. “They aired all the dirty laundry and said there was no beef.”
After Remy’s opinion surfaced, a lot of people said they didn’t understand why calling a truce was a bad thing.
“It’s crazy how the world is,” one person commented. “They just want the sisters to keep fighting, as though it’s a crime to call it truce after you let stuff off your chest.”
“Remy, I thought we was on the Black girl magic female empowerment tip but now it’s corny?” wrote someone else.
Remy thinks Nicki and Cardi are corny? well… pic.twitter.com/5CKlvowiem
— 🍭 (@FRBAlert) November 5, 2018