Steve Madden has waded into the feud between rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B.
The tweet appears to be a reference to the continued battle between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, with Steve Madden siding with collaborator Cardi over Nicki.
On Monday, Cardi B launched a collection of movies calling out Nicki Minaj for a variety of alleged wrongs, together with claiming that Nicki unfold misinformation concerning the tussle between the 2 at a New York Trend Week social gathering. Earlier within the day, Nicki had mentioned the incident on her Beats 1 “Queen Radio” present, CNN reviews.
“You lie a lot, you’ll be able to’t sustain the f—ing lies,” Cardi says in one of many 10 Instagram movies.
Most notably because it pertains to Steve Madden, Cardi additionally mentioned that she had declined offers — together with one with Diesel — due to her different collaborations.
In response, Nicki claimed on Twitter that Cardi was mendacity. Moreover, Nicki tweeted, she had turned down a variety of offers that finally resulted in manufacturers collaborating with Cardi, together with one with Steve Madden.
“Identical factor with Steve Madden. Irv Gotti requested me to try this deal a number of occasions. I handed. You by no means hear me speaking bout issues like this,” one tweet reads.
Cardi B introduced a partnership with Steve Madden in December 2017. Music mogul Irv Gotti, who’s a longtime good friend of the model’s namesake founder, claims to have helped dealer the deal between the pair.
On Tuesday, Steve Madden determined it was time to set the document straight with a tweet of its personal.
The style model didn’t reply to Enterprise Insider’s request for additional remark.
Steve Madden could have gotten the braveness to get a bit cocky on Twitter after posting a formidable earnings report on Tuesday morning.
The corporate reported adjusted income of $55.9 million, or 65 cents per share, for the quarter, beating analysts’ expectations of 61 cents, in response to Footwear Information. Shares have been up by greater than 10% as of two p.m. ET.