News: Lil Wayne Unleashes "Revenge" On Nicki Minaj, "I Eat Your Face Off" [Audio]
Monday, Jan 17, 2011 5:30PM
Young Money leader Lil Wayne has lent his support toward Nicki Minaj by adding his own twist to her Pink Friday single, "Roman's Revenge."
The song surfaced online Monday (January 17) afternoon.
Pink Friday continues to march closer and closer to the million copies sold plateau. Still, that doesn't mean the surprises from the album have concluded. The "Roman's Revenge (remix)" which allegedly featured Lil Wayne has been a topic of speculation for weeks now, basically ever since the album itself was released. As we all remember, Weezy was unable to feature on Nicki's debut because of his concluding prison sentence. Well, wait no more as the song is real. (Karen Civil)
The track displays Wayne's lyrical wrath alongside Minaj's original, hard-hitting verses.
"I eat your face off/You n*ggas eat this pie like this is a bake-off/I love Nicki's curves, swing at the baseball/Arr! I beat ya breaks off," Wayne raps. "Hi I'm Tune, salt in the wound/Up in this b*tch, pardon the goons/Throw dirt on the floor and get caught in the broom/I like a big wet p*ssy with a fork and a spoon/I got money and the power, a woman in the shower/And she don't want nothing but my johnson, Howard..." ("Roman's Revenge 2.0")
Last November, Minaj admitted the song was directed toward rap rival Lil Kim.
It looks like listeners were right all along. While interviewing with Angie Martinez during Hot 97's VIP Lounge earlier today (November 19), Nicki Minaj finally admitted the target for her collaboration with Eminem, "Roman's Revenge" is in fact Lil' Kim. "You gotta be careful when you pick fights," Minaj said, referring to the Queen Bee. "That's what I've learned in this business. I think people mistake me for a real Barbie and forget where I'm from. They forget where I'm from. And if I have to revert back, I can and I will." (XXL Mag)
Minaj's Pink Friday debut has continued to sell records since its November release.
Leading the pack this week is Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday which sold 38,600 records behind Taylor Swift's Speak Now (52,000). According to Nielsen SoundScan, the Barbie's debut album rests at 890,500 sold copies after seven weeks in stores. (SOHH Sales Wrap)
Check out the remixed "Roman's Revenge 2.0" down below: