Cardi B Denies Allegation of Ripping Off New Jersey Rappers with Her New Song, ‘Up’

Cardi B denies allegation of ripping off New Jersey Rappers with her new song, ‘Up’. She is fighting back against claims that her new track, “Up,” is a rip off of a track called “Stuck” by New Jersey rappers Mir Pesos and Mir Fontane.

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However, in response to the allegation, Cardi B posted an Instagram story of an old video of her singing the song she wrote: “From August 7th…I been working on this. Sorry lil boy never hurd of you.”



“Stuck” was released back in September, but Mir Fontane claimed they’d previewed the track via YouTube on August 6th.



According to Mir Pesos who wrote on his Instagram said, “They stealing.” He also tweeted, “We want my money.”


Cardi B gave a curse-laden response on Instagram Live on Friday evening, saying “I am the type of person, I don’t like going to court…If I jack something from somebody,” she’d pay them. But she later stated, “If you’re feeling a certain type of way, we can take it to court. I don’t give a f—k… Get the f—k out of here.” Reps for Cardi B did not return for comment or has released any official statement regarding this issue.


Cardi B also clarified that she’s not a producer, so if someone has issues with a beat, they can, “take it up with them.” She added that when it comes to the “drama”, it “doesn’t even bother me.”
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