Cardi B may have had a drama-filled year, but she's "ready to forgive."

The "Press" rapper took to Instagram earlier this week to let the world know that before 2019 ends, she wants to squash all of her beefs.

"I don't want to end this year on bad terms with anyone," read the meme. "APOLOGIZE TO ME." Cardi additionally captioned the post, "I’m ready to forgive ya 😩😂."

While she didn't call anyone out by name, it wouldn't be a stretch to assume that her funny, but somewhat serious Instagram peace offering, includes squashing her beef with her longtime nemesis, Nicki Minaj. As fans know, Nicki appeared to reignite their feud by throwing some not-so-subtle shade at Cardi during an interview with Joe Budden in August. And since Cardi is Cardi, she appeared to fire back with some not-so-subtle shade of her own. (Catch up on all that tea HERE)

 

In addition to putting the drama behind her in 2019, Cardi is moving forward with her sophomore album. In a recent interview with Billboard, the Rhythm + Flow judge said, "it's practically all I'm focusing on."

The Bronx rapper also shared how this time around, she's found herself struggling at times with deciding to make the music she likes versus making the music she thinks her audience wants to hear. "There's certain music that I want to do, but I feel like, is people interested in that? I feel like things have changed," Cardi admitted. "It's more like a twerk sound going on right now. It's just like, 'Should I just do my music around that?' But I cannot just go with what's hot. I still gotta go with what I want to do."

The 27-year-old rapper then recalled how she found a way to deliver both the music her fans wanted to hear while also remaining true to herself when working on her highly successful debut album, Invasion of Privacy. "I was going with what I want people to hear, and what I like, so that's what I'm doing now," she said. "I'm just having fun in the studio, because if you think, 'My first album was like this, I gotta have the same recipe,' it's just not gonna work."

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