Nicki Minaj Shares A Vertical Music Video For "Chun-Li"

Nicki Minaj Shares A Vertical Music Video For

The "Anaconda" hitmaker has admitted to being "hurt" by the behaviour of her fellow New Yorker. Nicki Minaj announced their truce over Twitter early this morning.

Most of the shots feature the 35-year-old rapper in almost nothing but a black lacy getup, Minaj confidently boasts her assets as she mouthes the lyrics to the comeback hit.

"They need rappers like me!" she growls, daring viewers to swipe left before this Insta vid is through. With "MotorSport, ' I kinda felt ambushed", Minaj stated.

Minaj later tweeted about the issue between her and Cardi on Thursday.

"The first interview [Cardi] did after "MotorSport" came out, it just really hurt me 'cause she looked so aggravated and angry ..." So I texted Quavo and said can you back me up on this because what do I have to lie about and he didn't back me up.

Minaj also accused Cardi of failing to show her the respect she deserves. Days after Nicki Minaj revealed that she was disappointed in Quavo for not sticking up for her, the head Barb in charge had a change of heart. I'm not saying it in a cocky way.

Her forgiveness was provisional on Quavo's apology and he did just that.

According to Minaj, the feud can be considered as "one of the hardest parts" of her career since she loved them both during that time.

But Minaj has heaped praise on the up-and-coming star and insists she wishes her nothing but success during her career.

Cardi B has yet to respond. She has not released a full album since 2014's The Pinkprint.