The tenth episode of Nicki Minaj's Queen Radio has arrived. The new episode is airing live now on Beats 1 via Apple Music. The latest installment comes just days after Cardi B alleged that Minaj's fans leaked her latest single, "Money" and one day after Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina, accused Minaj herself of leaking Cardi's phone number to her fans.
During the show, Minaj announced that she would be dropping a new single and video later in the afternoon. She also directly addressed her ongoing beef with Cardi, denying claims that she leaked Cardi's number. "I didn’t leak your number," Minaj stated. "Stop lying on me. You stopped 21 Savage from being on two songs with me because he was featured on your single."
She also said that Cardi's team about Cardi's injury at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party. Minaj said that her friend, TV personality, Rah Ali, was actually the person that hit Cardi, and not a security guard like her team originally stated. Minaj added that she would be willing to pay $100,000 to anyone who has footage of the fight.
After discussing the Cardi situation, Minaj briefly spoke to NeNe Leakes about being a Sagittarius and regrets she's had on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. After speaking to NeNe, Nicki called Kandi Burruss about sex and her new single, which she played after their conversation.
Minaj also confirmed that she'll appear on Kanye West's upcoming album, Yandhi. "It's about body shaming but it's done in a very interesting Kanye way," she said of their song. "I think we all love Kanye. The culture needs him. We’re so into everything he says and what he does. I think he is what is he is. Whether you like him or not you can’t deny that he’s helped so many artists."
Before signing off, Minaj said that she doesn't want to discuss her beef with Cardi anymore and wants to "keep it positive." "I still don’t look at you as my enemy, I still don’t think you’ve done anything that’s unforgivable," she said. "Let’s move past it."
Listen to the episode — which kicked off at 1 p.m. EST / 10 a.m. PST — on Apple Music here.
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