Glorilla Collab “Tomorrow 2” Features Cardi B Taking Shots at Nicki Minaj!

Cardi B was really blown away by Glorilla’s latest song, in which she dissed Nicki Minaj.

It’s been just over two months since Cardi B co-signed GloRilla’s viral hit “F.N.F.” and now she’s collaborated with the CMG rapper on a new song called “Tomorrow 2,” for which they’ve also released a music video. On Wednesday, GloRilla tweeted about the new album, putting her legion of followers into a tizzy.

She asked her followers on Twitter to pre-save the tune and said, “It’s official me & my girl Cardi B Linked up for TOMORROW 2.” Cardi B retweeted a post from GloRilla and another from CMG’s Yo Gotti, who has been promoting GloRilla’s rap career since signing her three months ago.

While she didn’t name names, fans are pointing the finger at her fiercest competitor, Nicki Minaj, in the lyrics to this track by Bardi, which is set to a heavy beat.

“She says her my opp, but I don’t know her, had to look her up,” she spouts. My foot gets stuck on occasion since I’ve been on these b***es’ necks for so long.

Fans are quick to speculate that she is making fun of Nicki Minaj, with whom she has a long-standing feud. Cardi spits, “I don’t talk dog, ho (Woof), I don’t care what no bh says, I remain on her mind, I got condominiums in that bh head” and “She throwin’ bullets, that’s how I know I got her activated.”

The new Cardi B and Glorilla single drops just one day after the Bronx rapper called out the Internet for trolls who pick on overnight sensations. Over Twitter, she said, “You can see that a lot of these girls that are having viral songs are average girls next door that is receiving overnight celebrity and y’all go out y’all way to abuse them and steal their self respect off.”

Since her assault and battery case was resolved just last week, the “Money” rapper has been seen listening to GloRilla’s original hit “Tomorrow,” proving that she has been a Big Glo fan for some time. Cardi B also posted a picture of herself leaving court with a tribute to the Memphis rapper as the caption.

That’s why I adore tomorrow so much,” Cardi wrote. Those who were already familiar with GloRilla’s song would have immediately recognized the lyric as the last one in the song’s last verse.

Glorilla Collab "Tomorrow 2" Features Cardi B Taking Shots at Nicki Minaj!

Meanwhile, after releasing “F.N.F.,” GloRilla’s career skyrocketed. The HitKidd-produced track became a viral sensation after the #FNFChallenge trend took off on TikTok.

The likes of Cardi B, Saweetie, and Latto have all signed off on the Memphis rapper’s music. In June, her top-charting single reached position No. 91 on the Billboard Hot 100.