Cardi B Threatens To Sue BIA After She Accuses Cardi Of Cheating In Her Marriage + BIA Responds w/ Diss Track Called ‘Sue Meee?’ & Doubles Down On Her Claims

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Cardi B Threatens To Sue BIA After She Accuses Cardi Of Cheating In Her Marriage + BIA Responds w/ Diss Track Called ‘Sue Meee?’ & Doubles Down On Her Claims

Update (June 3, 2024): BIA and Cardi B aren’t letting up. After Cardi B seemingly dissed her fellow rap star in a verse on the recently released remix of GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s “Wanna Be,” BIA reacted via Twitter.

Cardi B later went live on Instagram and broke down her and BIA’s history. Cardi said that she heard rumors that BIA had “something on” her and was threatening to expose it. Cardi B in response reached out to BIA’s manager to get things straight. Cardi said she was then sent an unreleased diss record from BIA, where BIA alleges Cardi cheated on Offset. Cardi said that was enough to get her upset.

“When you lie about my p*ssy, I’m gonna sue you. And you gotta come with receipts. Not social media receipts, court receipts.”

BIA later unveiled her real diss track on Instagram Live. In the chorus, she calls Cardi B a “f*ck girl,” adding, “I see right through you.”

She later addresses marital woes between Cardi and Offset, rapping,

“Put it on your hubby since you love lying on your vows.”

She goes on to call Cardi’s body “mid” and slams for her all of the alleged plastic surgery she’s gotten over the years and stealing BIA’s style. She also accuses Cardi of cheating on Offset, and alleged Offset cheated on Cardi in their home. She name-dropped Cardi and Offset’s children, Kulture and Wave, by rapping,

“B*tch you ain’t for the culture you just tryna ride the wave.”

To answer any question of who she’s talking about, BIA called out the “I Like It” rapper in the song,

”C-A-R-D cry on IG. Catch another ‘tude ‘cause she couldn’t catch a beat. Do I beef with you or do I beef with Pardi? You’ve been scrapping projects since 2019.”

BIA later officially released the song, titled “SUE MEEE?” on YouTube. The cover art is an Instagram Story from Offset where he accuses Cardi B of cheating on him.

Original Story (May 31, 2024): Rap star Cardi B is currently the talk of the internet!

The New York native has been trending recently as social media users react to her seemingly dissing BIA on a new feature.

Discussions about the situation began after the remix of GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s collaborative single “Wanna Be” feat. Cardi B dropped earlier today (Friday, May 30th). On the  song, Cardi B rapped the lyric:

“Guess I’m a teacher since you wanna sub me / She did one had no idea / Thought she was on the shelf IKEA / Hope she talk like that when I see her / B*tch please don’t nobody wanna be her (BIA)”

Apparently, the jab was a response to BIA seemingly dissing Cardi B for quite some time. As we recently covered, social media users alleged that Cardi copied BIA’s sound for her single “Miami,” which BIA seemed to agree with. Shortly after Cardi dropped the song, BIA tweeted laughing emoji’s followed up with a message that read:

“It’s getting weird”

Additionally, it’s been speculated that BIA quietly took a shot at her colleague during a feature on Chicago rapper Dreezy’s single “B*tch Duh Remix.” While she didn’t directly mention Cardi, it was widely speculated that the line claiming her opposition was asking for her “lo” a.k.a. location, was directed at the “Bodak Yellow” artist.

It’s also been speculated that BIA first began taking issue with Cardi around the time she landed a feature with the self-proclaimed queen of rap Nicki Minaj for the “Whole Lotta Money” remix. As you may know, Cardi and Nicki Minaj have famously been at odds with one another pretty much ever since Cardi came onto the scene.

At this time, it doesn’t appear that BIA has reacted to the newest shot from Cardi. Social media users, however, have certainly been chiming in with many giving Cardi her props.

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Authored by: Kay Johnson