Madonna takes on Cardi B, Kim Kardashian – vulgar rapper fires back: ‘nobody gonna lil girl me (specially a white woman)’

Cardi B and pop diva Madonna, 64, evidently got into it, throwing down over the “Material Girl” claiming that the rapper’s song “WAP” gets its raunchy sex-laden premise from her profane, sleazy legacy.

“I literally payed [sic] this woman homage so many times cause I grew up listening to her …she can make her point without putting clown emojis and getting slick out the mouth,” the rapper, 30, smeared the 80s icon in a since-deleted tweet on Sunday. “These icons really become disappointments once u make it in the industry that’s why I keep to myself.”

Underneath that deleted tweet, Cardi B posted a screengrab of a 2018 Billboard article that discussed the Instagram post she made after meeting Madonna for the first time, “I grew up with my mom listening to Madonna for hours. I performed ‘Material Girl’ freshman year in High school, listen to her on all my photo shoots to have super confidence and always mentioned her in my interviews. The best part about it is she was everything I thought she would be a Liberal Kick ass feminist bitch. I’m soo happy.”

At issue was Madonna’s Instagram post from Saturday that alleged her 1992 erotica book “Sex” made it possible for Cardi B to be the corrupting force she is today in the music industry. There seems to no longer be a line between creative expression, vulgarity, and actual talent.

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“In addition to photos of me naked there were photos of Men kissing Men, Wom[e]n kissing Wom[e]n and Me kissing everyone,” Madonna remarked concerning her controversial book. “I also wrote about my sexual fantasies and shared my point of view about sexuality in an ironic way.”

Madonna went on to say that she “spent the next few years being interviewed by narrow minded people who tried to shame [her] for empowering [herself] as a Woman,” adding that she “was called a whore, a witch, a heretic and the devil.”

“Now Cardi B can sing about her WAP. Kim Kardashian can grace the cover of any magazine with her naked ass and Miley Cyrus can come in like a wrecking ball,” she claimed. “You’re welcome b**ches ……. 🤡.”

“EXACTLY SAY WAT YOU WANT TO SAY BUT DONT INSULT ME THE F*** …nobody gonna lil girl me (specially a white woman),” Cardi B responded.

“If I type ‘suck my d**k’ you gone hear the tone bitch,” Cardi B replied to a person on Twitter who remarked that “You can’t hear tone through typed words.”

“I know exactly what she said and I understand but it’s about THE TONE …Calling me b**ches and putting clown emojis ? The f***!” she continued.

“EXACTLY AND IM NOT DELETING SH*T …IF IT WAS THEY FAVORITE ARTIST THEY WOULD BE CRYING…but since she mentioned the most hated women on the internet is ‘yes take it’ SUCK MY DICK I SAID WHAT I SAID!!” she said just before deleting her tweets.

Many just thought Madonna was rude which is not uncommon for her.

“‘You’re welcome b**ches…🤡’ don’t seem rude to y’all or we just playing dumb cause it’s cardi?” one person tweeted. Cardi B replied, “Lmaaaooooooooooo EXACTLY.”

Despite the hurt feelings and drama, the two singers made up.

Hollywood Unlocked’s Jason Lee tweeted that he was “on the phone with Madonna and Cardi” and that he was “listening to both women share their perspective on the communication going on has broadened their love for each other.”

“I talked to Madonna …It was beautiful,” Cardi B said. “Have a great day and drive safely yallll😘.”

Madonna co-signed the tweet, “I love you @iamcardib !! ❤️ Always have and always will.”

“Love you ❤️,” the “Up” artist responded as the two gushed over each other.

Cardi B also appeared on Hollywood Unlocked to say, “My feelings [were] a little hurt because to me Madonna is not no regular artist; she’s actually somebody that I really look up to.”

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