In a video posted on her Instagram account, Nicole Algarin claims that she has tried to patch things up with the female rapstar privately only to get threatened more.
AceShowbiz -Nicole Algarin still has something more to say after she exposed Offset for begging her for sex when Cardi B was pregnant with his child. Taking to her Instagram account, the blonde girl, who goes by Shya L’amour on Instagram, claimed that the “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker has been threatening her over and over again.
In a video shared on the social media site, Nicole revealed that she’s been trying to patch things up quitely and privately to no avail. “I came to her privately and respectfully and she still came to disrespect me and talked about how she’s gonna smack me,” she said. “That was your second time threatening me.”
Nicole went on attacking both Cardi and Offset as saying, “They’re disrespectful and stupid, bro. How can you be respectful? It’s like talking to a f***ing wall, man, you people slow.” Not stopping there, she expressed how she couldn’t believe Cardi decided to threaten her when, in her opinion, women should come together at times like that.
“Why do you feel like somebody owe you something? Why do you feel so entitled? I don’t owe you s**t,” Nicole continued, declaring that this would be the last time she spoke about her issues publicly.
In the caption of the post, she wrote, “Don’t talk to the blogs behind the scenes trying to spin the narrative and think I’m not going to speak my truth… them days over with. & this ain’t got nothing to do with him or our differences that will be settled in court! This is about my respect period. I let y’all slide for too long… you was literally begging and blowing up my phone to see receipts of 2018 so I showed you .”
Nicole is taking Offset back to the court for child support, claiming that the Migos member cut the child support for their daughter Kalea after she turned down her sexual advance. She also posted receipts on her social media account to prove that she spoke the truth.
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