"I was gonna do a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and we got into a fight the first minute we met", Madden said in August 2015.
Little Mix have been dragged into the feud, that seems to be never ending, between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B after the former claims she was meant to be the original feature on the girl's new single 'Woman Like Me'.
"[When she's] with my grandmother or with my mother, I balance it out because everybody gets exhausted".
"Anybody that wants to pull up the surveillance footage, I will give you $100,000", Minaj said. Their Shakespearean-level quarrel, which played out for weeks, culminated into a massive, shoe-flinging Fashion Week fracas last month, but their new plea for positivity is, at the very least, a step toward heel-free territory.
"You lie so much you can't even keep up with your f--ing lies".
"But that came to me first", she went on to rant.
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper went on to claim Minaj was the one responsible for leaking her private phone numbers to the public and that the female group Little Mix originally asked her to appear on the "Woman Like Me" song before asking Minaj. I'm exhausted of the whole internet s-t.
Nicki wasn't done, assuring her audience that there is video of the fight somewhere out there that will back up what she's saying. To combat those allegations, Nicki then claimed she did the same thing when Steve Madden offered her a deal, which opened the door for the brand's partnership with Cardi.
'I'm not doing it - I'm in a good space right now - let me know what's up'.
She even put out an offer of $100,000 to anyone who can produce video footage of the alleged altercation. "Stop lying on me", she retorted.
"I swear to God on my life, Rah held her head and punched her, like, eight, 10 times".