Montana Of 300 Tells Cardi B’s Writers To “Salute” The Rap God

Montana of 300 believes that whoever wrote “WAP,” Cardi B’s breakthrough collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, and songs like “Bodak Yellow,” was inspired by his own music.

This past Friday (July 16), the Chicago rapper made the accusation on Twitter, even citing Cardi B’s Twitter account. “Whoever is writing for @iamcardib should be paying close attention to me,” the self-proclaimed “Rap God” asserted.

Montana even used lyrics from the Bronx native’s album Invasion of Privacy’s tracks “Bodak Yellow” and “Best Life” as proof of their word choice similarities. “From ‘blood on my shoes…red that’s bottoms,’ to ‘You a p–sy and a b–ch n–ga, Cat Dog,’ I just heard her say ‘You P–sy and a Rat, Tom and Jerry.’ At the very least, that writer is committing s–t. Greetings to

While the premise of “Bodak Yellow” may be considered a direct descendant of Montana’s viral 2014 remix of “Chiraq,” the “Best Life” lyric he alluded to was published years before his “Trackstar (Remix),” which was released in April of this year. Nonetheless, Montana’s statement looks to be a reference to his own talent and pen, rather than a direct accusation of plagiarism.

The Chicago spitter took to Twitter this past Friday (July 16) to make the…

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