Cardi B Left Fashion Week Shoeless With Her Ass Hanging out After Trying to Get a Piece of Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj has been talking s**t about Cardi B for months, but it might be smart for Cardi B not to come for Nicki Minaj. I say this because Cardi B did come for Nicki Minaj at New York Fashion Week and she kind of got her ass kicked, according to People, who reported she was seen leaving with no shoes and her ass hanging out after an altercation with Minaj.

An insider previously told PEOPLE that Cardi arrived at the event first. After Minaj showed up, there was an “altercation” on the second-floor balcony during a Christina Aguilera performance.

“The scene was f—ing crazy,” the insider told PEOPLE. “It was entourage against entourage.”

Immediately following the incident, Cardi was escorted out by security while Minaj stayed inside, the source says. Cardi was seen leaving the party with a large lump on her forehead but no shoes.

“She left barefoot with her dress ripped and butt out,” the source added.

I don’t get the whole throwing a shoe at someone thing, but it makes even less sense when you get clocked in the head with your own shoe. Cardi B is as bad at throwing shoes as John McCain was at flying planes.

Cardi posted this on Instagram, implying the reason she started this fight is Minaj questioned her ability as a mother, something People said Cardi was overheard yelling at Minaj during the brawl.

A source previously told PEOPLE that it initially looked like the pair “might hug it out” before “it all went down.”

“Cardi walked towards Nicki and all of a sudden Cardi started screaming something about her child. She was yelling, ‘Bitch you feisty. Bitch don’t talk s— about my child’ at Nicki,” the source continued.

People also reported no one is pressing charges, which means this might keep happening when these two are invited to the same party. Which means people need to start inviting these two to the same parties. I need to know how Cardi B hit herself in the head with her own shoe.

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