Nicki Minaj and Cardi B were seemingly involved in a scuffle at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS Party on Friday night. According to eyewitnesses, Cardi approached Nicki’s table “to address the lies Nicki was spreading” which saw the pair eventually wind up in an altercation.

It's unclear what exactly went down during the "fight," but it would appear Cardi threw a shoe at Nicki, with some onlookers claiming that dresses were torn.

Today, Cardi has addressed the alleged brawl on Instagram, posting a scathing message about an unnamed person, who we can safely assume is Nicki. In the post, the "Bodak Yellow" star claims the nemesis made up lies and trash talked her, as well as "made comments" on her suitability as a parent. Read it in full below.

Stay posted for more as this story develops.

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