Rapper, Cardi B threatens death on Nicole Arbour’s mother after the comedienne accused her of promoting Offset’s song

Cardi B, a rapper, has threatened the mother of comedienne Nicole Arbour with death, glamsquad reports.


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Cardi and Nicole had a Twitter feud that erupted into Cardi telling Nicole that her mother would die.


It all started when Cardi B posted a video of Offset dressed as the Joker rapping along to the song lyrics “Catch a body broad day/Shoot ’em in the hallway.”

Nicole Arbour reacted by telling Cardi that Offset’s cousin, Takeoff, was recently shot and is already singing about gun violence.




Cardi B responded to Nicole by saying that Offset has not entered a studio since Takeoff died.



Nicole then reposted Cardi’s Offset video, saying she was certain it was Offset rapping about murder with a fake gun.


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Nicole went on to say that even if the video was made before Takeoff’s death, promoting it was wrong.


Cardi responded by telling Nicole that her community does not sing about mass shootings and getting intimate with their cousins, despite the fact that it is still prevalent.



Nicole responded by telling Cardi that her brother-in-law had just been murdered and yet she posts videos about killing people.



“Your mother is going to die,” Cardi replied to Nicole.




Nicole took Cardi’s message seriously, and she shared a screenshot of the tweet with her followers, asking if Cardi had just threatened to murder her mother.


Nicole then brought up Cardi’s assault case, in which she ordered her entourage to beat up two sisters in a strip joint, and asked Cardi if she would do the same to her.



Cardi B responded by accusing her of pursuing clout with Takeoff’s death.



Nicole informed Cardi that she is advocating for the same thing that traumatized her family.



Cardi B then shared a series of screenshots in which she claims Nicole has made racist comments on social media in the past.



Nicole responded by claiming that the posts Cardi shared were fake.



Cardi then captioned a meme, “My eye is twitching for violence… I must control myself.”




Cardi also shared a follower’s post defending her and wrote, “Thank you.”


Nicole then quoted Cardi’s “thank you” and addressed her in Spanish. Nicole insisted in her tweet that promoting music about murder would lead to more violence.


See the screenshot of the conversation below as captured by glamsquad;

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