Cardi B Not Pleased Being Behind Nicki Minaj on Forbes List

Ryan Naumann

Cardi B is calling out a recent Forbes list which placed her earnings below those of Nicki Minaj.

Forbes recently released a list of the “Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts” for 2019.

Kanye West topped the chart with a reported $150 million. Jay-Z was second place with $81 million, followed by Drake ($75 million), Diddy ($70 million), Travis Scott ($58 million) and Eminem ($50 million).

The list continued with Kendrick Lamar ($38.5 million), Migos ($36 million), Childish Gambino ($35 million) and J. Cole ($31 million).

The first woman on the list was Nicki Minaj ($29 million) and right below her was Cardi B, with a reported $28 million.

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Cardi quickly responded on Twitter writing, “Where do Forbes be getting they numbers from cause they way off ?”

Cardi and Nicki have a long history of beef. The feud reached a high point when Cardi tried to attack Nicki during a New York Fashion Week party in 2018.

Cardi left the party with a huge bump on her head while Nicki walked out of the building twirling for the cameras.

Offset, Cardi B’s husband, was recently hit with tax troubles. The Georgia Department of Revenue is accusing Offset (real name: Kiari Cephus) of owing $210,228.91 in back taxes.

A state tax lien was filed against Offset over the 2017 debt. The original amount owed on the bill was $146,845.83. The amount grew with interest ($15,645.42), penalties ($18,318.49) and collection costs ($29,369.17).

The lien warns Offset if the debt isn’t paid quickly, they will begin seizing his assets.