Nicki Minaj
"Anaconda" rapper Nicki Minaj, pictured Aug. 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California, seemingly shaded "Kodak Black" star Cardi B. Getty Images

“Anaconda” rapper Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to promote a “new announcement” Wednesday, but she also made time to seemingly throw shade at fellow female rapper Cardi B. Minaj posted a cryptic message that talked about pitting female rappers against each other. While it could have been a message about women standing together, it was also construed, by some on Twitter, as a message that meant other people didn’t belong on the same level as Minaj.

“Putting ppl in the same sentence as me after my 10 years of consistent winning. What are you teaching THEM? They’d never do this to a man,” she tweeted.

It seemed like she was taking aim at Cardi B, but both artist seemingly tried to put an end to rumors they were feuding. Their possible dispute apparently started in March when Minaj apparently thought Cardi B was coming for her thrown. But both women have shot down the allegations.

Minaj congratulated Cardi B when her hit “Kodak Black” made history as the first female rapper to hit No. 1 without anyone featured on the single. The last person to do that was Lauryn Hill with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1988.

“Congratulations to a fellow NEW YAWKA on a RECORD BREAKING achievement. Bardi, this is the only thing that matters!!! Enjoy it,” she tweeted Sept. 25.

The month before, Cardi B told Billboard she doesn't “want problems with anybody.” She continued, “I just want to make music and make money. I don't really have time to look at other women and what they're doing. I'm myself.”

Cardi B aside, Minaj talked about men having a problem with her music Wednesday.

“In any field, women must work TWICE as hard to even get HALF the respect her male counterparts get. When does this stop?” Minaj tweeted. “The greats collaborated w/Drake, Kendrick & Jcole b/c they’re dope MC’s. They collab’d w/nicki cuz someone pulled a gun to their head.”

In the middle of her messages, she shared a tweet from a fan that read, “With people constantly trying to bring her down or her talent, she’s having to not only work for her own success but work for recognition.”

Minaj unearthed a tweet from seven years ago where rapper Kendrick Lamar wrote, “Just realized. Moe n---az hate nicki minaj than woman do.”

The “Anaconda” star added: “This is so telling. And scary. I’d have to wear some baggy pants n timbs for men to openly give props.”

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