Cardi B has issued a 10-part video series on her Instagram account that directly address Nicki Minaj. It seems the posts were provoked after Minaj once again brought up the altercation she and Cardi got into at Harper's Bazaar Icons party earlier this year.

On Minaji's Beats 1 Queen Radio show, Minaj stated that her friend and TV personality, Rah Ali, “beat Cardi’s ass really bad," and offered listeners $100,000 for footage of Ali punching Cardi. Minaj then went on to address a number of other grievances against Cardi — all of which the "Bodak Yellow" artist responds to during her lengthy Instagram rant.

Firstly, Cardi claims that she was not beaten up by Ali. "You lie so much you can't even keep up with your fucking lies," Cardi states in the first video. "Do you wanna be the victim, or do you wanna be the gangsta?"

In the second video, Cardi seems to share Minaj's phone number, and makes statements pertaining to Minaj's "Motor Sport" verse.

She then shares some "facts."

Head over to Cardi's Instagram account to see the whole situation unfold.

What do you think of this Minaj-Cardi saga? Share your views in the comments.

Want more? Here's a timeline of Nicki Minaj's 'Queen' drama

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