The Nicki Minaj vs. Cardi B saga continues, y’all! For those of you who are unaware, Nicki and Cardi got into a physical altercation at Harper’s Bazaar ICONS party on Sept. 7. As it stands, Nicki has yet to publicly comment on the altercation… er, well, not exactly, anyway.

It looks like the 35-year-old has been on Twitter letting her “likes” do the talking for her. Below are two tweets that Nicki seemingly liked in response to the accusations Cardi made on Sept. 8 that Nicki attacked the 25-year-old’s “ability to take care of” her daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus, which is why they ended up fighting. 

The first tweet was in response to one fan’s claim that “Nicki has NEVER mentioned Cardi’s baby.” Another user replied with: “Ever! She’s also never discussed her parenting skills. Please stop believing the lies,” they wrote along with the hashtag fake news. 

The second tweet read: “Nicki would never talk about an innocent child. But just like sis said, y’all paint her out to be the bad guy.”

While Nicki’s fans are that adamant that the “Chun-Li” rapper never attacked Cardi’s mothering skills, one of Cardi’s fans went ahead and found “proof” that Nicki did like a bunch of tweets regarding the “Bodak Yellow” rapper’s parenting…. so, TBH, we don’t know what to believe anymore!

What we do know for certain, is that until this beef gets resolved Nicki and Cardi should stay far away from each other — especially based on how their confrontation went down. It all started once both rappers were inside the event. The brawl happened in a hallway and insiders told Us Weekly that Cardi started to throw punches and that’s when they got separated by security.

According to Page Six, Cardi still tried to get to Nicki who was being held up against a wall by security — and that’s when Cardi took off one of her shoes and threw it at Nicki. Shortly after, Cardi was escorted out of the building with what appeared to be a bump on her forehead.

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Here’s hoping that both of these Hip Hop queens can put their differences aside and learn to coexist peacefully in the music industry. Otherwise, the least they can do is come out with a few diss tracks. After all, Twitter battles get a little yawn-worthy after awhile.