Nicki Minaj recently defended the female rappers she selected for the “Super Freaky Girl Queen Mix.” However, fans on social media have solely focused on the drama behind it, missing an iconic moment for female rappers in hip-hop.
Nicki Minaj sent social media into a frenzy after a recent Queen Radio Tea Party episode.
The explosive podcast returned last month after the highly anticipated music video premiere of her first number one record, “Super Freaky Girl.”
During the episode, Nicki didn’t hold back as she spilled piping-hot tea on some of our favorite female rappers, and The Barbz were here for it all.
The “We Go Up” rapper took the time to respond to fans who reacted by adding their two cents—calling out the female rappers who have never shown gratitude or support but felt entitled to be on the “Super Freaky Girl” Queen Mix.
Despite all the Queen Radio drama, Nicki Minaj made it clear that it’s not personal to those who were upset that they were not chosen to be on the remix but felt disappointed that such an iconic moment was overlooked.
One Twitter user wrote:
“One of the main points I’m hearing from Nicki Minaj Queen Radio Tea Party is that she’s not upset about all these female rappers hating on her. She’s upset that they went out of their way to try to stop the OTHER female rappers on #QueenMix from having a happy ICONIC moment.”
“Correct. I made that very clear. But that won’t be posted anywhere.”
The “Super Freaky Girl” remix included female rappers: JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Maliibu Miitch.
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Speaking of clapping back, Lil Kim took to social media to clap back at 50 Cent for publicly shading her after the drop of her recent collab on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Plan B Remix.”
In the now-deleted Instagram post, 50 falsely accused the “How many licks” artist of dissing Nicki Minaj’s child.