Who Is Kash Doll? New Details About The Model Who's Beefing With Cardi B — And Why

Photo: instagram
kash doll

What does this femcee have to say about the stripper turned rapper?

While Cardi B just recently released her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, I’m sure we can all appreciate her rise to the top. Once an exotic dancer, the rapper rose to fame on social media with her witty, off-hand commentary. Her social media persona eventually landed her a role on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: New York in 2015.

RELATED: 4 Fascinating Facts About 'Bodak Yellow' Singer Cardi B — Like How She Became A Stripper To Escape Domestic Violence

Since then, she has garnered attention for her hit single “Bodak Yellow,” which now has the number 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, becoming the second female rapper (behind Lauryn Hill) to achieve the milestone!

But apparently, not everyone can appreciate Cardi B’s hustle, because fellow female rapper and Instagram model Kash Doll had some words to say about her recent single, “She Bad.” But who is Kash Doll? And what’s up with her beef with Cardi B?

A post shared by American Doll (@kashdoll) on Apr 26, 2018 at 3:07pm PDT

It turns out, it’s all over a verse that had been promised to Kash Doll by YG, which he scrapped and gave to Cardi B. Kash Doll had posted a deleted verse from the original song, which caused an uproar amongst both her fans and Cardi B’s. She later assured her fans that there was no beef between the two, and it was simply a remix.

After posting the deleted verse, Kash Doll said that YG had originally approached her to be on the track, but didn’t hear it again until it appeared on none other than Cardi B’s debut album. Now, this stuff happens all the time in the music industry, but YG apparently didn’t have the grace to let Kash Doll know her voice wouldn’t be used.

RELATED: 14 Savage Cardi B Lyrics From Her New Album That You'll Want To Send To All Your Haters

Kash Doll said she was forced to upload the remix on Audiomack after it was blocked from SoundCloud. She said she wasn’t bothered by her exclusion, but by the fact that she couldn’t share the original track on SoundCloud. “They blocked it so I can’t put it up. That’s what happened,” she said.

And what does Cardi B have to say about all this? Well, for one, she’s sick of the drama and took to Twitter to voice her frustration.

“Is like Cardi B VS the World ... everybody got a story to say about me Cardi this Cardi That all of a sudden when a b*tch good .Where was all this stories and bullsh*t at when i was on LHH or just IG famous making videos .Im telling ya when you up people try they best to put you down,” she wrote.

“And i never have to play victim i alway been a Gangsta I’m just sick and tired of people saying some sh*t about me,” she continued. “Where was all these problems and all this bullsh*t at when cardi was doing mixtapes and couldn’t get on the radio ?where ?where? Now Cardi this Cardi That? GTFO .”

A post shared by American Doll (@kashdoll) on Feb 12, 2018 at 3:37pm PST

This isn’t the first time a man has come between two powerful women, and it certainly won’t be the last. Let’s just hope these two can co-exist and continue releasing tracks for everyone to enjoy.

RELATED: 10 Hints In Cardi B's New Single "Be Careful" That Address Offset Cheating Rumors: Listen Here

Samantha Maffucci is an associate editor for YourTango. In her free time, you can find her obsessing about cats, wine, and all things Vanderpump Rules.