Cardi B Is Now BEEFING w/ JT From The City Girls, They’re Going BACK AND FORTH On Twitter!!

Cardi B is now beefing with JT from the City Girls, they’re going back and forth on Twitter! JT is hardly the first artist Cardi has had a beef with.

Cardi is now beefing with another female rapper, this time, JT from the City Girls. The fight between the two female rhymers popped off on Monday (Oct. 3), and happened after JT shouted out GloRilla for her “Tomorrow 2” track.

The song featuring Cardi B debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100—Glo’s first top 10 hit and Cardi’s 11th.

But it looks like Cardi was upset because she didn’t receive any credit, because JT didn’t mention her at all. Someone on Twitter actually called JT out for the omission, but she fought back. “NAH actually the tweet was too long!”

She added, “PLUS Cardi Been having top 10’s I been congratulating her for years this is GLO first one, I’ve been ignoring y’all but y’all are hella annoying, move round & get off my D**K thank YOU!”

And Cardi couldn’t pass the opportunity to comment on it, randomly tweeting: “Lapdog.” But JT posted shortly after, “I hope you don’t think you no BULLY!!!” She added “Weiner dog.”

Cardi JT Beefing

“Go fetch,” Cardi tweeted minutes later.

Then it got real, JT then made it clear that she was talking to Cardi by directly responding to her post, “Cardi you go fetch a real talent! We DM’ing why you come back here to put on a show for these KIDS?” Cardi had no issues responding, “So wait, me and you talking in the DM woman to woman, but YOU take it to your timeline and throw shots calling me a bully and a wiener,” Cardi posted. “Why you playing dumb? And YOU talking about a talent?! haaaaa! You forgot P tried to put me on wit your writer?”

“Matter fact, I’m not even doing this on the timeline!” Cardi added. “It’s becoming real repetitive for doggy treats. We already addressing it in the DM’s. GOODBYE YALL.”

Source & Credit: popularsuperstars.com

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