Actress Halle Berry faced some reactions from Nicki Minaj fans after she called Cardi B “the queen of hip hop.”
“I approached Cardi. Of course, she’s the queen of hip-hop, “said Halle, who collaborated with the Dominican-born artist on the soundtrack to the Netflix movie” Bruised. “
This comment from Berry upset some hip hop fans who disagreed with his stance.
However, in her appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, The Oscar winner explained that she was not looking to start a debate.
You know, yes (I keep my comments), but here’s the thing: there is room for more than one queen, people, “he said on the show. “That is what we need to know. Nicki is a queen in her own right. She is a queen. All these ladies are queens to me. There can always be more than one. “
Halle and Cardi are Co-Executive Producers on the “Bruised” soundtrack, which features an all-female lineup that includes HER, City Girls, Saweetie, Latto, Erica Banks, Flo Milli, Baby Tate, Young MA, Rapsody and herself. Cardi.
The soundtrack arrives Friday, while the film opens in select theaters on November 17 and hits Netflix on November 24.