Cardi B avoids confirming pregnancy and insists there's no Nicki Minaj beef

Cardi B's career has always been fueled by rumors, from her pregnancy to her beef with Nicki Minaj, but she's setting the record straight.

Emily Treadgold

Cardi B has always had some sort of drama throughout her career. Now with the release of her debut album Invasion of Privacy, she's clearing up rumors. 


The rapper recently discussed the drama she's been facing in a new interview with Ebro Darden for Beats 1 Radio. 


"I just feel like it's really internet made-up. I really feel like fans, and people really want to see that happen because it's really entertaining," she said. "To see people beef is entertaining."


Cardi B talked about the Migos' video for "Motorsport" where both her and Nicki Minaj traded off verses. In the video, we never see them together which fueled more rumors. She claims they just had different schedules. Minaj also congratulated Cardi B when "Bodak Yellow" broke records by tweeting, "This is the only thing that matters!!! Enjoy it."


Cardi responded, "This means sooo much coming from you!"

"Now, for those Offset rumors. Cardi Bs song "Be Careful is definitely talking about some infidelity and fans were quick to point out the rumors of the 26-year-old cheating have been everywhere. The rapper said that song isn't about Offset but things that have happened to her in the past. 


"I wasn't talking about Offset," Cardi B explained. "I just was talking about things that I relate to and that have happened to me. I heard the record before I was even in love with Offset."

I don't really have the time for that. If you not fucking my man, or if you're not taking my money from me, if you're not stopping my money, then I don't really give a fuck about you.

Fans have also been speculating that Cardi is pregnant and pulling a Kylie Jenner move. In a couple of new photos, she definitely looks like shes hiding something, but she revealed, "People just have to tune in a little bit on my album and they will know a little bit more. Certain things, to me, have to be private."