Nicki Minaj and Cardi B Team Up to Fight Evil

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B Team Up to Fight Evil

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B Collaborates, unfortunately not on music but to put Republican Tomi Lahren in her place.

Nicki Minaj and Cardi B Collaborates, unfortunately not on music but to put Republican Tomi Lahren in her place.

Text: Czar Van Gaal

The ever so controversial political commentator Tomi Lahren gets schooled once again, and ironically at the hands of another female rapper. Last month, Lahren and Cardi B got into a fight on Twitter when Lahren posted a sarcastic tweet in response to a video where Cardi expressed concern about the political climate. Lahren wrote “Looks like @iamcardib is the latest genius political mind to endorse the Democrats. HA! Keep it up, guys!”. The “Money” rapper quickly fired back, letting Lahren know to leave her alone.

Overshadowing the Super Bowl, this past weekend rapper 21 Savage was arrested by I.C.E for reportedly overstaying his visa. From the start of his career the rapper was said to be from Atlanta but in a surprising twist that no one saw coming, 21 is in fact from the British colonized island of Dominca. This new development sparked a whirlwind of memes, with puns involving classic British culture. The 26-year-old political commentator wouldn’t be her outspoken self if she didn’t add her two cents. Tomi Lahren took rapper 21 Savage’s lyrics and put her own spin on them.

Apparently, Tomi Lahren wrote a check that she couldn’t cash, two unlikely alie's teamed up to end Lahren. Like a train wreck that you can’t peel your eyes away from, Lahren is put in her place by both Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, leaving the twittersphere gagging. Although the two rappers have taken part in a never-ending saga of diss tracks, gala brawls, and twitter feuds of their own, they put their differences aside to address a comment they found offensive. Taking a page from ancient proverbs, the two rappers prove the saying “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” to be true.

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