Nicki Minaj Speaks On The Worst Lil Wayne Collabo, “That’s My Least Fave Weezy Feature!”

Nicki Minaj Speaks On The Worst Lil Wayne Collabo, “That’s My Least Fave Weezy Feature!”

Days after revealing her favorite Lil Wayne collaboration, Young Money’s Nicki Minaj has now discussed which one of their duets she finds most disposable.

According to Minaj, her “I Get Crazy” Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape record ranks as her least favorite.

“Ha! NO! That’s my least fave weezy feature! —> RT @RuhRuhRoman: @NICKIMINAJ are you and Wayne going to perform “I Get Crazy” on tour?,” Minaj tweeted Thursday (March 3). (Nicki Minaj’s Twitter)

On a positive note, Minaj also highlighted her most memorable Weezy-featured records.

“So there ya have it barbz… “Sunshine, Go Hard, Sweet Dreams”. All featured weezy. Carter IV will be the next installment of our collabs.,” Minaj tweeted Thursday.

“Haha! But then who can 4get my very 1st weezy collab “can’t stop, won’t stop”. *gazes into the sky* sings : memories don’t live like ppl do” (Nicki Minaj’s Twitter)

Last month, Minaj said she would give up collaborations for two years with the exception of working with pop star Britney Spears.

“I’m done with the collabs,” Minaj revealed in an interview. “No more collabs for the next two years. [Britney Spears?] Oh yeah. [smiles] Britney’s a snatch like me and she’s cute. Yes. We might could do something.” (Hip Hollywood)

Outside of collaborations, Minaj’s Pink Friday continues to make history on the sales chart.

The female rap vixen dropped her certified platinum debut album Pink Friday fourteen weeks ago. Since then, the album hasn’t left the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200 chart, thereby breaking yet another record for the most weeks in the Top 10 by a female rapper. Last year Nicki had a whole slew of broken records under her pink heavyweight belt, as “Your Love” reached the number one spot on the Billboard Rap Songs chart (a first for female rappers since close to a decade), Nicki had the most appearances at one time by a female rapper on the Billboard Hot 100, and then became the first female MC since Eve to achieve the number one spot on the Billboard charts. (RapFix)

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