In a recent interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s "Beats 1 Radio" show, hip-hop star Nicki Minaj discussed her ongoing feud with up-and-coming artist Cardi B. The "No Frauds" singer spoke about her relationship with Meek Mill and the state of the hip-hop industry during the interview on Thursday. The self-proclaimed "Queen of Rap" then became emotional while sharing with Lowe that there is, in fact, bad blood between she and Cardi B.

While the pregnant "Bodak Yellow" rapper [VIDEO] has long claimed that the feud between she and Minaj has been “fan made,” Minaj confirmed through tears during her interview that there is actually something to it.

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It started with the collaboration

The drama began with the recording of "Motorsport," a song that was originally meant to be a collaborative effort between Quavo, one third of the hip-hop trio Migos, and Minaj.

Eventually, Migos’ remaining members Offset and Takeoff were added to the track. Then Minaj received a text from Quavo asking if Cardi B could be included in the song for a verse. The "Starships" singer said she had given her blessing to add Cardi B to the mix, but the "Love and Hip Hop: New York" star has been telling a different story.

In an interview with Capital Xtra late last year, fans agreed that Cardi B threw shade at Minaj over the collaboration, saying that Minaj “altered her verse."

Feelings were hurt

“That really, really, really hurt my feelings,” Minaj told Lowe. “The first thing that came out of her mouth about a Nicki Minaj feature was ‘she changed the verse.’” Minaj said that Cardi B and Migos were given ample opportunity to clear the air about what really happened, but nobody chose to do so.

All of them allowed me to look like I lied,” Minaj told Lowe.

The drama reportedly escalated when Minaj and Cardi B were unable to film the "Motorsport" music video together. “She’s using my hairdresser now. He couldn’t show up,” Minaj said in her interview. “He couldn’t come and that’s fine, so I had to shoot on a different day.” Minaj said she texted her hairstylist, Tokya Stylez, saying that his inability to make the video shoot meant she couldn't make it either, and she was worried the other artists on the track would think she was doing it out of spite.

Minaj spoke through tears as she explained how she felt that Cardi B had acted ungrateful, even after being included on the track. “Up until this recent interview that she did, I had never seen her show me genuine love,” Minaj said. “I could just imagine how many girls wish they could have been on a song with Nicki Minaj. I mean, I’m not saying it in a cocky way, but, like, yikes.”

No grudges

Even still, Minaj congratulated Cardi B on her success and said she doesn’t hold any grudges.

In her recent interview with "Beats 1 Radio" this month, Cardi B denied having a beef with anyone, even Minaj.

“If you ain’t f****** my man or taking my money…I don’t really give a f*** about you,” Cardi B said.

Minaj recently dropped "Barbie Tingz" and "Chun-Li," two singles from her new album, which she claims is the best album she’s ever created in her life.