Cardi B Was Planted In The Industry To Replace Nicki Minaj – Kanye West

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Kanye West, an American hip hop legend, alleges that Cardi B was brought into the music industry for sinister intentions.

The multibillionaire mogul stated that some disgruntled executives “planted” Cardi B to replace Nicki Minaj, the “Queen of Rap,” in the music industry.

In a well-known video, Kanye stated this as well as claiming that she does not write her lyrics.

‘Bodak Yellow’ singer believes her fight with Nicki is a cosmic gift, but it isn’t, he said, adding that she is misguided.

He said; “Cardi B is a plant. She doesn’t write her raps. They put her there to try to replace Nicki Minaj purposely. She thinks it’s a blessing from the universe, it ain’t no f**king blessing.”

Cardi B Was Planted In The Industry To Replace Nicki Minaj – Kanye West

In other news, Ahmed Ololade, a Nigerian afrobeat singer known as Asake, has expressed a desire to collaborate with billionaire American rapper Kanye West.

Asake confessed to Billboard News that he prayed to God to make the collaboration possible.

He remarked that he prefers to work with artists with whom he has a personal bond.

Asake said, “For me, I need to like the person before I can make music with you. I need to be comfortable with you. Not even because of the music alone.

“I’m not saying I can’t make music with other people but I like real energy. If you like me beyond the music, it’s good. But I need to connect with your music, I need to like the person I want to work with first so it won’t be a problem for me. There must be synergy.

“I have been saying this thing since; maybe God will do it. I will like to work with Kanye [West].”

On the huge explosion of the afrobeats genre globally, he said “It is like you having a baby and your baby is growing. You know, you feel good when you have something around you and the thing is growing.

“In a couple of years, it [afrobeats] will be bigger.”


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