Nicki Minaj and Cardi B may have called an end to their beef on social media, but we think its just been slapped back on the grill.
Nicki has thrown major shade by featuring the two women currently suing Cardi to be in her new video.
Back in October, Cardi – real name Belcalis Almanzar – turned herself into police and was charged with assault and reckless endangerment after being accused of ordering an attack on two bartenders at Angels Strip Club in New York.
The two bartenders in question are sisters Baddie Gi and Jade, and the pair pop up in Nickis super-sexy video for Good Form.
The video, which sees countless women twerking up a storm in thongs and mesh bodysuits, features Baddie Gi and Jade around the 40 second mark crouching in front of Nicki and impressively twerking.
The sisters both shared shots of them in the Good Form clip, with Jade writing on Instagram: This is SOOO CRAZY YALL! yall know how much I love @nickiminaj thank you babe for having us.
Nicki, 35, also posted a picture of Baddie Gi and Jade, along with other stars of the video, to her Instagram.
While the sisters no doubt had the moves to appear in the video, we have to believe that there was an ulterior motive in the casting.
Cardi, 25, is accused of ordering an attack on the girls on 15 August because she believed Jade had slept with her husband Offset.
Jade previously claimed that five people close to Cardi attacked her by grabbing her hair, punching her and hitting her with an ashtray; a source close to the rapper, however, claims that the attack was not premeditated and was triggered after someone threw a drink.
Nicki and Cardis feud reached fever pitch earlier this year when the Bodak Yellow rapper threw a shoe at her rival at New York Fashion Week, amid claims Nicki had questioned her parenting skills.
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The girls, however, seemed to quash the drama in late October following a day of social media swipes, with Nicki tweeting: Ok you guys, lets focus on positive things only from here on out. Were all so blessed. I know this stuff is entertaining & funny to a lot of people but I wont be discussing this nonsense anymore.
Thank you for the support & encouragement year after year. Love you.
Cardi responded: @Nickiminaj alright then! Lets keep it positive and keep it pushing!
We thought it was the season of goodwill?
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