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Additionally, the two new tracks follow Minaj's latest feature on Quality Control Music's "She For Keeps", with the Migos' Quavo.

Several parts of Nicki's verse were changed, but the publication claims that the one change Cardi was most upset with was the line "If Cardi B the QB/ I'm Nick Lombardi", where Cardi's name was altered to mention Migos rapper Quavo instead. "I kind of felt ambushed".

The "Anaconda" hitmaker shared: "I was like, 'Hey, can you back me up on this?" So I texted Quavo and said can you back me up on this because what do I have to lie about and he didn't back me up. What do I have to lie about?' And he didn't back me up."She continued, "He texted me, he was like, 'I would go on Twitter and back you up if you were my girl lol.' And that hurt, because he's somebody ..."

Cardi had referenced the song during an interview a year ago, when she said: "When I heard the track, her verse wasn't finished". I'm not saying it in a cocky way ...

Nicki Minaj says she spoke to Quavo about it and he basically told her that if she was his girl then he would've back her up on Twitter.

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But Nicki has heaped praise on the up-and-coming star, and insists she wishes her nothing but success during her career.

The rapper premiered the track, along with "Barbie Tingz", on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show earlier this week.

"With Cardi B, she's done exactly what she should have done".

Her forgiveness was provisional on Quavo's apology and he did just that. "And, you know, congratulations to her".