Rapper, singer and TV personality Cardi B, who has had her share of celebrity feuds — including a high-profile one with fellow rapper Nicki Minaj — is involved in a new one, and this time she’s taking on a pack of rapping 10-year-olds.
The New York Post’s Page Six reports that the “Invasion of Privacy” rapper went on a “mysterious rant” on Instagram Live Monday night. The report quotes Cardi B saying: “Not gonna let no little f - - king white boys come at me all motherf - - king day long. Motherf - - king shut the f - - k up and stay in your motherf - - king place. Go drink your motherf - - king milk, bitch. F - - k.”
“Now Page Six is told that the offending ‘white boys’ are four 10-year-old Westchester fraternal quadruplet brothers who post their music on their ZN8tion Instagram account, which has 143,000 followers,” The Post reports. “Turns out they posted a ‘diss track’ directed at Cardi two weeks ago, featuring not-safe-for-nap-time lyrics such as ‘You belong in a zoo’ and ‘They could fix your teeth, but they couldn’t fix your face.’”
The Post reports that the kids’ video “somewhat implausibly” calls Cardi B “washed up,” and the youngsters add, “I don’t know what’s faker: your life or your butt.”
The boys reportedly go by the rap names Hollywood, Slim Z, Bonez McKoy and Mr. Great.
A video posted to YouTube, apparently by the boys, shows Cardi B’s rant along with a portion of the “diss track” that apparently set her off. You can watch the video below, but it comes with a warning about language …