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Migos is getting blasted by Nicki Minaj fans this morning after the group blatantly omitted the female emcee’s verse from “Motorsport” during Coachella.

On Sunday night, the group took the stage at the popular music festival and of course, delivered a lit performance of their hit track, “Motorsport.” But the group made it very clear that their allegiance is with Cardi B because they played her entire verse and took out Nicki’s.

What’s unclear is why the verse was left out when Nick and the group allegedly called a truce over their ongoing beef just days prior.

During a recent interview with Beats 1 Zane Lowe, Nicki opened up about she and Quavo’s drama over Cardi B being included on the track without her knowledge. “With ‘MotorSport,’ I kinda felt ambushed,” Minaj said.

She explained, “At the time, I went on Twitter and explained how ‘MotorSport’ came about, and people were saying that I was lying. So I texted Quavo and I said, ‘Hey, could you back me up on this?’ Because I don’t want people to think I’m lying. What do I have to lie about?’ And he didn’t back me up.”

The female emcee continued, “He texted me, he was like, ‘I would go on Twitter and back you up if you were my girl lol.’ And that hurt, because he’s somebody … I love him … It hurt my feelings to know that people would watch me be slaughtered, and not one person will step in to say the truth. They’ll allow people to run with the lie because it’s entertaining to make Nicki seem like a bad guy.”

But everything seemed be squashed come Friday the 13th because Nicki tweeted: “He apologized. Y’all can stop torturing him now. — The Generous Queen FORGIVES. When he told me what y’all were doing in them comments I fell TF out–. Love you guys tho. For LIFE.”

It’s now very unclear what Nicki’s relationship with the group will be like moving forward, but she certainly seems to have the support of fans on Twitter.

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