Miley Cyrus is causing a “gay war” between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B fans to promote her new song?

While things are still going well, “Queen of lack of willpower” Miley Cyrus is “poking” into the “fire ant nest” for what?

Not sure if it was because she was worried that her comeback wouldn’t gather enough “heat” or not, Miley Cyrus recently reignited the long-simmering fire between fans of Nicki Minaj and Cardi B in her new song. Specifically, in the song “Cattitude” performed unexpectedly yesterday, the “Queen of Lack of Willpower” had a line like this: “I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi” – “Em I love you, Nicki, but I listen to Cardi’s music.”

 

Miley Cyrus Sets the Record Straight on Cardi B & Nicki Minaj Lyric

Miley Cyrus performed her new song – “Cattitude” with controversial lyrics.


Immediately, the above song received fierce criticism from both the audience and fans. Perhaps everyone knows that in Hollywood, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj are “sworn enemies”. From the fact that Cardi continuously “highlighted” a series of achievements and titles from Nicki to the fact that the two often “sneered” at each other in the media. The climax of the above conflict was definitely the “shoe fight” scene, a brawl that went down in Hollywood’s contemporary history, leaving the two female rappers always in a state like water and fire. Miley certainly knows that very well, but she still ignores it, putting both of their names in the lyrics in a context that couldn’t be more contradictory.

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Cardi B and Nicki Minaj at the 2018 MET Gala, one of the last intimate moments of the two female rappers.

This action of the “Wrecking Ball” singer has created a wave of protest, especially on Twitter. Critics all say that Miley is ignoring “criticism” and deliberately attracting attention for her new song. Many viewers have parodied the lyrics of the above song, turning it into: “I love Breakout, but I listen to Bangerz” (Miley’s 2 albums), “I love Miley, but I listen to Ashley’s music”, ” I love Miley, but I listen to BTS’s music”…



Faced with the above strong opposition, Miley not only did not apologize or give a satisfactory explanation, on the contrary, the “We Can’t Stop” singer decided to “fuel the fire” when posting a tweet with the content content: “I love Selena, but I listen to Demi’s music” – and also defiantly marked the two girls’ accounts directly in the photo. Currently, the above noise shows no signs of cooling down.

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The response tweet left fans bored.

The song “Cattitude” is a song from Miley Cyrus’s latest album to be released on May 30, and was unexpectedly performed by the female singer at an outdoor music event yesterday. However, the audience did not receive the song as positively as expected. Some fans were even skeptical about the possibility that the song would “flop”.


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