Nicki Minaj cashes in on beef with Cardi B

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj.
Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. Photo credit: Reuters

Nicki Minaj has cashed in on her long term beef with Cardi B by selling merchandise emblazoned with the term "Nicki stopped my bag."

The term "Stopped my bag" means to hinder someone's ability to generate income, according to Urban Dictionary.

This is a reference to an Instagram post by Cardi B that came after she threw a shoe at Nicki Minaj at New York Fashion Week and was escorted out.

The message features on a number of clothing items, including backpacks and t-shirts and will set you back between $46 - $116 (NZD)

Nicki Minaj cashes in on beef with Cardi B
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The new line of merch comes swiftly after the Bodak Yellow rapper was spotted with Nicki's ex, rapper Meek Mill with whom she is allegedly going to collaborate with.

The beef between the two female rappers has been going for months but fired up when Minaj accused Cardi B of being a bad mother.

On her Apple Music show, Queen Radio, Nicki denied that she ever said anything of the sort. 

"I would never talk about anyone's child or parenting and it's so sad for someone to pin that on me because I'm the bad guy and they know people would believe them."

She also said that the altercation with Cardi left her mortified and humiliated as "a bunch of upper-echelon" looked on at the commotion during the Harper's Bazaar party at Fashion Week.

She ended her radio show by stating that Cardi is only famous because she is involved in Payola, the illegal practise of using bribes to promote songs on commercial radio.