The Nicki Cardi feud took an ugly turn at a New York Fashion Week party on Friday. Complete mayhem broke out when Cardi B tried to fight Nicki Minaj but security quickly intervened. The altercation left Cardi with a torn dress and a huge lump on her head reportedly caused by a member of Nicki's security. During the altercation, you could hear Cardi screaming, about Nicki involving baby Kulture in their beef and it's said as she approached Nicki, she said "‘B*%@# you feisty. B*%@# don’t talk s*%# about my child’ at Nicki,”....WOAH! The tweet that fans are speculating reignited their beef was one coming for Cardi's motherhood and Nicki liked it! The favorited tweet by @beylovesnicki said:

"The message she is sending as a mother to a baby girl by supporting a rapist is unsettling & uncomfortable to me"

If that's the case, some our saying it wasn't enough for Cardi to try and put hands and feet on the Barb and she's being criticized for the whole there's a time and a place ideology.

As the fire for one industry beef gets fueled another has been put out. During Drakes tour stop in Boston at the TD Garden he, brought out his now foramer rival Meek Mill to perform his title track of of his 2012 Dreams & Nightmares album. Images surfaced of the two smiling ear to ear and embracing one another on stage. Following the electifying reunion, Drake hit Instagram and posted a photo with the flowing caption:

'This really gave me peace of mind tonight. Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career. @meekmill I’m happy that you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose 🙏🏽🙌🏽 (Cue the Kevin Garnett “anything is possible” adlib)'

And Meek Mil wrote, "“WE BOTH HAPPY AS SH*TTT!”

Maybe Nicki and Cardi can learn a thing or two! Looking forward to the bangers to come as a result of this beef being squashed. SALUTE!

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Nike released it's 30 year anniversary campaign this week and while most supported it there were many who expressed their outrage. Why you ask? Because the face of their new campaign is none other than Colin Kaepernick. Kap's #TakeAKnee campaign started in 2016 to bring awareness to social injustices and the senseless police killings of African Americans. Kneeling during the National Anthem at the opening of NFL games essentially ended his career as a professional football player but this didn't stop his mission. He still lobbied through his social media accounts and has received one of his biggest endorsements/co-signs ever. The campaign was unveiled with his face and a caption "Believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything." Then released a chilling, tear jerking commercial to seal the deal. Many people were outraged and swore off wearing Nike for good some even burning their gear, meanwhile Nike's sales have surged 31% over the course of three days. I commend anyone who takes a stand for a great cause even if it means losing everything in the process. #JUSTDOIT