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NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 12: Rapper Nicki Minaj is seen arriving to Marc Jacobs SS19 fashion show during New York Fashion Week at Park Avenue Armory on September 12, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images)

After their almost-altercation during New York Fashion Week, Cardi B outed Nicki Minaj for apparently trying to stop her rise in the rap game. The Invasion of Privacy rapper claimed Minaj had been “sneak dissing” her and telling other artists that if they supported her, she would sever ties with them. It looks like Cardi isn’t the only female rapper from the Love & Hip-Hop franchise that the “Barbie Dreamz” rapper has tried to push aside.

DreamDoll, who joined the cast during season eight, recently sat down with ThisIs50 and talked about how Minaj tried to have her put out of Power 105.1 radio station in New York City when she was there to promote her EP, Life in Plastic 2.

“When old girl came in there, there was some things that got back to me saying that we was told to get out the room,” the Brooklynite said.

DreamDoll said was surprised, being that she never had a problem with her fellow femcee.

“I never met her. I never disliked her. I never had anything against her. But people always put me against her because I love Lil’ Kim.”

Cardi B and DreamDoll aren’t the only female rappers to speak of Nicki Minaj trying to be the sole female rapper to be in the spotlight. Remy Ma also had similar encounters.

“[She’s tried]  to keep me off of red carpets, trying to make sure awards don’t go to me or she won’t be in attendance or trying to get people to make bad reports about my album sales to make me look less make her look better,” Remy Ma said during an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show about Minaj’s antics.

Take a look at her interview below.


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