The two rappers became embroiled in a feud in 2015 after Mill suggested in a tweet that Drake didn't write his own raps, instead employing a ghostwriter. So you can imagine how stressful it was for Nicki.
"I remember when I first came in the game". I couldn't erase the love that I had for my team but I also couldn't speak out. "That really, really, really hurt me because I really supported her".
"I just feel like it's really internet made-up". "She's using my hairdresser now".
Minaj said later when the drama was over the Drake was just anxious about their friendship. Quavo texted me, I still have the text in my phone, first of all, Quavo came to my studio and played 'Motorsport.' He was the only person on 'Motorsport.' I said, 'Oh that's a hit.
And when we later spoke about it, Drake said, 'I wasn't anxious about anything in that entire situation other than 'What if Nicki takes a shot at me? When it was time to clear the air about that, no one did that. We all have moved on. During the chat, she candidly spoke on how she felt disrespected by Cardi B initially around the time when their Migos collaboration 'Motorsport' was released.
Rumors began swirling in late 2017, that Nicki was envious of Cardi B's budding career.
Nicki gave Cardi credit for working hard towards the success of her music but she said that the "Bodak Yellow", rapper hurt her feelings when she claimed during that Nicki changed her "Motorsport" verse in the final version of the song, presumably after she heard Cardi's verse. She just kept saying she didn't hear [my verse]... "I was like, What?"
NY rapper Nicki Minaj is pulling for Cardi B's success but has a bone to pick with the "Bartier Cardi" star. It also didn't help that for the music video the two didn't film together. And you know, so I can't bad mouth her because I met her personally. At this point Minaj starts getting emotional and sniffling. Later, Cardi B changed it to say: "If Quavo the QB, I'm Nick Lombardi", a reference to Quavo's high school quarterback days.
"I texted [hairstylist Tokyo Stylez], "You know if I don't show up the day she's shooting, they're gonna act like it's because I'm doing it to be mean with the current Nicki hate train" ..."
The songs are vintage Minaj, with elastic beats, combative words and the West Indian accent she slips into many of her songs. I'm not saying in it a cocky way, but yikes ... Is this evil Chun-Li an alter ego we can expect to see more of, and will she be showing up more once the full album is released?
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