E-v-e went to Twitter last night and defended her statements as a grown woman.
A lot of ya’ll need to calm down AND LISTEN to what I said. I am speaking from the place I am TODAY as WOMAN and how I feel NOW!!!
— Eve (@TheRealEve) November 16, 2017
Social media has clapped at Eve over her statements and come to Nicki’s defense.
This week, Eve revealed her disinterest in supporting Nicki’s photo spread.
“It’s one of those things because I’ve worked with Nicki, I got to know her on [the movie] Barbershop and she’s incredibly, she’s a nice person. She’s an amazing rapper and as a lyricist, I respect her as a lyricist. But as a woman, from my point of view, personally, I would not be able to do that. I think in this climate, it’s not good. I think every artist has a right to express themselves however they want to express themselves and I respect that as well. For me personally, as I was coming up in this business, I started realizing young girls were looking up to me and younger people were looking up to me and not that you want to be a role model but it is what you are.”
Yesterday, Nicki lit up her Instagram page with a grip of PAPER Magazine pics.
@papermagazine #WannaMinaj #BreakTheInternet photos by @ellenvonunwerth makeup by @officialsheiks hair by @tokyostylez styled by @maher_1 & myself. If you had to pick one of these 3 girls, which one u picking? Nicki the Boss (black hair), Harajuku Barbie (pink hair), or Nicki Da Ninja (blonde hair)?