Nicki Minaj has been fairly energetic on-line for the reason that launch of her “Super Freaky Girl” remix on Friday, a brand new model of her first unaccompanied No. 1 that includes a roster of girls rappers: City Girls’ JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Maliibu Miitch. Since then, she’s posted a number of feedback beneath an Instagram submit by the Shade Room, streamed a dramatic version of her Queen Radio present, engaged with followers harassing somebody who criticized her (that ought to sound familiar) and claimed to be making ready a defamation lawsuit, at the least, partially, due to on-line allegations that she’s used cocaine. Minaj’s identify trended on Twitter at present alongside the phrase “its [sic] giving coke” and a hashtag selling her upcoming single with Alabama artist Bleu.
A day in the past, instablog the Shade Room (shadily) collected tweets by rappers Coi Leray, Asian Doll, Lakeyah and Minaj into one submit. All 4 ladies appeared to posit that unnamed others had been behaving insincerely or with malice. Minaj’s tweets — together with one about “bitches” hating on herself and the ladies on her remix — got here final within the slide present.
Taking problem with the gathering, Minaj hopped within the feedback, with notes like “ENTITLED CRYING ASS JEALOUS ASS HOES” and introduced that she could be airing an version of her Queen Radio present, a boisterous, talk-heavy broadcast as soon as distributed by means of Apple Music however since moved to Amazon’s audio app, AMP. A couple of minutes into Sunday evening’s present, Minaj opened with a prayer: “Lord, we ask that everybody who’s listening to this present with dangerous intentions, with evil spirits, that by the point they cling up, their issues multiply by 55,000 of their lives.”
Calling this version her “Tea Party” (tea being a colloquialism for gossip), Minaj took photographs at unnamed ladies in music, at one level saying, “So lots of you women that simply got here within the recreation, as quickly as y’all discover y’all pissy tails on Billboard a few times, y’all start to say issues about me in refined methods and that’s why a variety of you pissy tails acquired unfollowed at present. See, we’re going to be upfront and direct 2022. You know why? Because Onika don’t give a fuck, that’s why.”
Minaj additionally instructed a narrative about an “opportunist” she “related to,” instantly adopted by a declare that when she had refused a drink from somebody whereas she was presumably — and actively attempting to get — pregnant, that individual instructed her, “Oh woman, you’ll be able to go to the clinic!” As rumblings of a fued between Megan Thee Stallion and Minaj have circulated round Twitter, one individual on the platform then wrote to Megan, “Nicki Minaj is accusing you of encouraging abortion & youngster endangerment w/ alcohol.. This isn’t one thing to remain quiet on.” Megan responded with one phrase: “LIE.”
Then, at present, whereas celebrating the success of “Super Freaky Girl” and upping her subsequent launch, “Love within the Way” with Bleu, Minaj retweeted and favored many messages from followers, together with some attacking cultural commentator Kimberly Foster. Foster had tweeted a criticism of her newest hit and her MTV Video Vanguard Award efficiency in late August, and mentioned the rapper is “so clearly a horrible individual” at present. In flip, Foster shared screenshots of Minaj’s followers flooding her telephone with harassment and threats, together with sexual violence, robbery, and kidnapping. Minaj favored tweets that mentioned “Where’s the threats? All I see is folks telling you to go away Nicki identify out ya mouth & tweets btch [sic]!” and “This is strictly what you get for talking on her with out checking the entire story earlier than. I’m completely not sorry for you.”
Other tweets of Minaj’s implied that she is pursuing a defamation swimsuit in opposition to unnamed targets with the assistance of her fanbase. “The Barbz despatched folders & folders stuffed with proof to my lawyer. That’s why I fkng love my infants a lot,” she wrote. “I hope whenever you go bankrupt you could at the least say it was all value it.”