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Cardi B Responds To “Queen Of Hip-Hop” Claims By Halle Berry & Winnie Harlow

Cardi B responded to people who were flooding her timeline over comments Halle Berry and Winnie Harlow recently made about the “Queen of Hip-Hop.”

During the premiere of Halle’s new movie, Bruised, on Saturday (November 13) the movie star talked about the all-female soundtrack that was curated by herself and Cardi while naming the rapper the “Queen of Hip-Hop,” and the Barbz weren’t happy about it. On Sunday Winnie Harlow announced the winner for Best Hip-Hop female at the 2021 Europe Music Awards, the winner was Nicki Minaj, who Winnie called, “the one and only Queen of Hip Hop,” seemingly a jab at Halle’s comment.

Cardi has since weighed in on the debate going to Twitter and writing, “I know how some of you girls like to tussle over this typa childish s***… but ntm on Halle Berry. Anyway, her movie #BRUISED dropping THAT SHE DIRECTED HERSELF on Netflix on November 24th. The FIRST female rap movie soundtrack!! we produced together out this FRIDAY!”

Who do you think should be crowned the “Queen of Hip-Hip?”

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