T.I. Believes That, One Day, Nicki Minaj And Cardi B Can Collab - Fans Don't Agree
There's definitely enough room for more than one woman in hip hop to take the throne. At least, this is what T.I. believes.
Tip has gone mobile with his Trap Museum which, just in case you don't know, is an art installation that features some of today's most influential rappers.
The Trap Museum has landed in LA and according to HotNewHipHop, various artists including Migos, 21 Savage, Future, Nipsey Hussle, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, YG, Pusha T, and of course, T.I., himself, were honored.
There was a split room dedicated to Nicki Minaj and Cardi B and this created the strongest controversy.
Everyone on this planet is probably aware of the massive beef between these two ladies.
Tip, on the other hand, believes that there's room for more than one Queen in this game. This is the reason for which in the Trap Museum, there a regal throne in the middle of the space.
One half is painted to honor Nicki and the other - Cardi B.
During a live video in which Tip was speaking to a woman, she said: 'They're both dope.'
Tip agreed and said: 'That's what I think! And I think they can both co-exist. I don't think nothing Cardi do can interrupt nothing Nicki does and nothing Nicki do can interrupt...you know what I mean.'
The woman said that Nicki and Cardi could someday collab on a track and Tip said: 'One day...one step at a time.'
Fans don't agree and call Tip fake.
Someone said: 'I still think it's disrespectful, let's see him share a throne with Kodak Black.'
Another follower posted: 'Make a split throne and put him next to blue face or any rapper whose name start with Lil.'
One commenter was on the same page and said: 'Listen Nicki can’t be compared to Cardi B as yet tf is wrong with ppl that’s like saying Apple and cricket is the same tf not.'
Somoene else posted: 'First of all why are they sharing... second there’s an amount of work that needs to be put in before they can both be in the same sentence.'
What do you think? Can Nicki and Cardi share the same 'throne'?