The Cardi B/Nicki Minaj beef came to a head during a New York Fashion Week after party when the war of words turned physical. Soon after, Cardi wrote an iOS Notes app statement expressing how fed up she was with the beef. In that statement, she accused Nicki of trying to disrupt her cash flow.

As the fashion world moved on to its European fashion weeks, Twitter decided to take Cardi's accusation and turn it into a meme with #NickiStoppedMyBag. The hashtag quickly became a trending topic, as Capital Xtra reports, and was used by Twitter users to explain why things in their lives weren't going as planned. 


While Cardi didn't join in on the meme, she did speak out about how the fight affected her social media presence. Some outlets reported celebrities began to unfollow the "Boday Yellow" rapper following the altercation, but Cardi said those reports were incorrect, according to Refinery 29.

“Those celebrities wasn’t even following me,” the "I Like It" artist said.

Cardi also refuted claims the beef has hurt her career.

“Ya’ll will see when my time is,” the rapper said. “My numbers will be going down. I’m not going to be on the charts. People will stop f**king with me.”

According to Buzzfeed, the beef may heating up again, as both rappers have been posting what appear to be thinly veiled shots at one another on their respective social media accounts of late.

Stop finding excuses for my success .I am love and i make hits .GIRLS LIKE YOU !!!!!!! GIRLS LIKE ME ! Ain’t @milliebobbybrown sooooo bute ?❤️????MILLIE B
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