Tensions rose on the interwebs with accusations and insults being thrown between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. The rappers have since called a truce despite some of the information about their disagreement coming to light. During one of Cardi B's rants about her rival last night, the "Bodak Yellow" star claimed she was offered the Diesel clothing line deal before Nicki. The Queen called her out for lying and now, another credible source is refuting Cardi B's claim.

Bill Wackermann, CEO of Wilhelmina models, exposed Cardi's lies on social media in support of Minaj. His modeling agency is the one who signed Nicki last year as part of the Diesel campaign that premiered recently. He commented under the video in which Cardi claims she was the first to receive the offer, asking her to come clean.

 "Tell the truth Boo! That diesel deal was built AROUND the one and only Queen. #truthwillsetyoufree @nickiminaj @iamcardib - I've got the receipts." 

He later posted screenshots of a text message conversation with someone confirming there was no deal offered to Cardi. The message seems to have been sent from someone even closer to Diesel than Wackermann. The person wrote that they would rather stay out of the drama while giving him permission to confirm his truth.