Feud alert! Although Nicki Minaj and her Young Money partner Lil Wayne were supposed to perform at the BET Experience Concerts in June, it sounds like that’s gone out the window now. Why? Because BET apparently decided it was a good idea to shade Nicki when Cardi B won the award for Best Rap Album at this year’s Grammys. Big mistake.

When Cardi won, BET Networks wrote in a since-deleted tweet, “Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is being dragged by her lace front.” The rapper was clearly not amused, because on February 11, she tweeted, “Young Money will no longer be apart of the BET Experience or award show. ♥️🙏🏽♥️ Summer Tour dates dropping soon 🦄.” Uh oh! She also retweeted several messages of support from fans and posts that called out BET for its tweet.

Nicki also told fans they should get refunds for the BET Experience tickets ASAP, plus she referenced the network’s original tweet when she screen capped and retweeted several messages of support and wrote, “Meanwhile, BET is being dragged by their lace front.” We gotta say: that’s a pretty good burn on Nicki’s part.

Later on, Nicki tweeted, “I can’t thank you guys enough for all the love & support you continue to show me. To everyone who said something sweet, thank you. Whether I read it or not, I felt it. From the bottom of my heart. I love you so much. So so so soooo much. Stay tuned. ♥️🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄♥️.” Clearly, no matter what’s going on with concerts or awards shows or Twitter feuds, the rapper is grateful her fans have her back.

On February 11, BET posted an apology to Nicki and her fans on its website and on Twitter. “BET loves Nicki Minaj. We have supported her from the very beginning of her career and will continue to do so moving forward,” it began. “Nicki has paved the way for so many performers and has solidified her place as one of the most powerful figures in the music industry. Unfortunately, the respect we have for Nicki was violated by a post that should never have been written. The post does not reflect how we feel about Nicki. And further does not reflect our company values. We deeply apologize for the hurt, disappointment and confusion that this post has caused. We are committed to doing everything we can to address the situation.”

The apology also noted that BET had apologized to Nicki and her team, and relayed that steps are being taken “to assure these types of posts are not published again.” But it sounds like the damage has already been done, and we feel like Nicki won this Twitter beef battle.

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