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Cardi B claps back at BIA in fiery diss track

Cardi B batlling with BIA over diss track
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The rap world is buzzing with the latest exchange between Cardi B and BIA, as Cardi B seemingly addresses claims that she copied BIA’s sound in a new diss track. The controversy has sparked widespread discussion on social media, with fans and critics alike weighing in on the fiery lyrics and the ongoing feud between these two rap powerhouses.

The spark that ignited the feud

Cardi B‘s verse on the remix of GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion’s single “Wanna Be” has been interpreted as a direct response to BIA’s alleged diss. Cardi’s lyrics, “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),” have added fuel to the fire of this rap rivalry.

Background of the beef

Speculation about the tension between the two artists has been building for some time. Accusations that Cardi B emulated BIA’s sound on her single “Miami” were seemingly confirmed by BIA’s cryptic tweets. Furthermore, BIA’s verse on Dreezy’s “B*tch Duh Remix” has been widely speculated to target Cardi B, although no names were explicitly mentioned.

The feud may have roots stretching back to BIA’s collaboration with Nicki Minaj on the “Whole Lotta Money” remix. Given the well-known discord between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, this collaboration could have been a catalyst for the current tensions.

Public reaction and speculation

As the rap community reacts to the latest developments, BIA has yet to respond to Cardi B’s recent lyrical jab. Nonetheless, the exchange has not gone unnoticed, with social media users sharing their thoughts and many expressing support for Cardi B’s bold stance.

The ongoing saga between Cardi B and BIA is a testament to the competitive nature of the rap industry. As fans eagerly await further developments, the conversation continues to evolve, highlighting the impact of rap feuds on both the artists involved and the music community at large.

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