(AllHipHop News) Monday was a wild day on social media. Nicki Minaj's verbal clash with Joe Budden on Queen Radio lit up Twitter and Instagram. They then took their platform-crossover to Budden's podcast.
As the retired rapper recorded his upcoming show, Nicki streamed the opening moments on Instagram Live. The broadcast ended with Minaj once again taking aim at her nemesis Cardi B. She also called out Budden as well as The Breakfast Club hosts Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy for allegedly trying to end her career.
"When you're insecure you tell lies because you don't want others to shine based on their talents sometimes. So, I'm going to tell the real deal. I always have receipts to prove what I'm gonna say," expressed Minaj. "My point is there were a lot of people that I never said anything bad about who I thought I was cool with that jumped on the hate train. When you say a thing like, 'We're passed it.' Yes, I'm passed it. Praise be to God."
The Queen album creator then told Budden, "I still had to go through these things because of people like you who made a sport out of tearing down a young, black woman who's done nothing but come in this game with an authentic come up, writing raps, and doing what the f*ck was really necessary. No Instagram, no reality shows, no sucking deejays' d*cks."
Cardi B famously rose to prominence in the entertainment business through her popular Instagram page and by appearing on VH1's Love & Hip Hop reality show. The Grammy winner also admitted to using co-writers like Pardison Fontaine on her chart-topping, triple-platinum Invasion of Privacy LP. Nicki and Cardi publicly feuded last year before Minaj tweeted she would no longer discuss the beef and her rival agreed to keep it positive.