The battle of hip-hop’s reigning beef queens continues.
Cardi B’s younger sis, Hennessy Carolina, is accusing Nicki Minaj fans — AKA the Barbz — of targeting her rapper sibling with “alarmingly aggressive” texts.
And the social-media/reality-TV personality is placing the blame squarely on Nicki.
“She leaked my sister’s number to her fan pages,” Hennessy ranted in a since-deleted Instagram post. “It’s easy for y’all to ask me why I’m bothered, why I care so much. But not one of you is waking up to death threats every day, made up stories that can effect [sic] my real life and real relationships.”
She also posted screenshots of alleged threats aimed at Kulture, Cardi’s baby daughter with Offset, of the trap-rap trio Migos.
“Ya asking why I’m beefing with a fan base,” Hennessy posted, “but ya not asking why someone with so much influence would use their influence to manipulate their fans to spread so much negativity and hate!”
Cardi’s high-profile feud with Minaj, 35, came to a head in September at New York Fashion Week’s Harper’s Bazaar Icons party, where the “Bodak Yellow” bombshell chucked a platform heel at Minaj.
Cardi claimed that Minaj set it off by making shady remarks about Kulture.
Most recently, the 26-year-old “I Like It” rapper accused the Barbz of being the most effective marketing tool for her new single, “Money,” which leaked last week.
“They claim they hate me, but they really love me because they be on my page before my fans,” she posted to Insta. “Everything that I do, they be on it before my fans, so clearly, that seems like love to me, seems like you love me, so it’s like, ‘F–k it.’”