Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B continue to be two of the hottest artists in the game. Sadly, a lot of people on social media try to pit female rappers against each other by getting them to have feuds when they simply don’t want to do this. This was the case on Twitter today as a user accused Megan of liking a YouTube comment under her “B.I.T.C.H.” music video where someone said she surpassed Cardi B when it comes to popularity.
As you can imagine, Megan wanted no parts of this and replied to the fan and denied liking any comment. She added that she doesn’t even manage her YouTube.
“I did not like no damn stupid ass comment like this,” said Megan this afternoon. “I don’t even upload my own shit to my YouTube my label does. I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ANYBODY. I don’t like drama I do not bring other females down stop trying to start fake beef.”
I did not like no damn stupid ass comment like this. I don’t even upload my own shit to my YouTube my label does. I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ANYBODY. I don’t like drama I do not bring other females down stop trying to start fake beef. https://t.co/5dNhisDddW
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) April 1, 2020
Cardi fans still weren’t feeling her tweet as they continued to mention that the comment on YouTube is still “liked” by Megan’s account. Others showed her support after the tweet was posted.
What these fans don’t realize though is that many artists actually don’t fully manage their social media pages. Someone on Megan’s team might’ve been the one who liked the comment. It’ll be interesting to see if the Houston rapper has since told them to not like comments like these on YouTube or any other apps on social media.
I just went to YouTube and it’s liked. It’s your responsibility to take control of these situations instead of blaming fan accounts.
— 𝕢𝕓 (@bardiqb) April 1, 2020
People tried to sir up a beef between the two superstars last year after Cardi said on Twitter that nobody could take her spot. Due to concerns of a potential beef with Megan, she clarified that that she wasn’t talking about her. People even tried to pit Megan against Cardi when she started to be friends with Nicki Minaj. The two collaborated last summer on Megan’s “Hot Girl Summer” single featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
“I barely been getting online,” said Cardi last March. “I haven’t been talking to nobody just straight promoting! Stop putting me in bullsh*t let me keep minding my business in peace. Thank you,” she tweeted.
All these fake beefs created by social media need to stop. Megan and Cardi will both win big this year as usual. Last month, Megan release her new ‘Suga” EP after getting a restraining order to put it out after label issues with 1501 Certified Entertainment. This project contains the new hit single “Savage,” which has been very popular on TikTok. “Captain Hook” is another emerging fan-favorite on Suga. Cardi is also expected to release her sophomore album sometime this year.
“These Days If They Ain’t Got No Story, They’ll Make One”
— First Class 🏁 (@1DJFirstClass) April 1, 2020