"When I heard the track, her verse wasn't finished - well, it's not the verse that is out right now - and Quavo told me to get on the song, and I just felt like it was a flawless opportunity for me to be on a track that's big like that", Cardi said.
Earlier in the day, Nicki openly addressed her issue with Cardi not feeling humbled about how they collaborated on "Motorsport". Apparently Quavo had asked her to cut out her singing part and to shorten her verse.
Cardi B was blindsided when Nicki Minaj changed her verse on "Motorsport", despite what Nicki claims.
"The first interview [Cardi] did after MotorSport came out, it just really hurt me 'cause she looked so aggravated and angry". "At the time I went on Twitter and I explained how MotorSport came about and you know people were saying that I was lying. I didn't hear that verse.' I was like what?" So I texted Quavo and said can you back me up on this because what do I have to lie about and he didn't back me up. Nicki also posed for a group photo that featured Quavo, Twain, The Weeknd, Timothee Chalamet and more.
While it's been four years since her last full-length project, 'The Pinkprint,'Minaj debuted the two new tracks reminding us on the former that "she's been on" and on the latter, how "all these b-ches wanna [be] like [her]". "I felt like it was a ideal opportunity to be big like them".
"This is the best album of my life that I've ever created". The news came to light during the broadcast of her interview with Zane Lowe on Thursday, and was later fleshed during a Twitter exchange with her followers.