Streaming giant Spotify doesn’t want any Nicki Minaj smoke. The popular digital platform has responded to extreme disses shot its way from Onika about hurting her Queen album’s chances of debuting atop the Billboard 200 chart.

According to a Spotify rep, the company has no ill will toward the self-proclaimed Barbie and provided ample support with her new LP release.

“Spotify supported Nicki Minaj with a Times Square billboard, a host of the largest playlists, New Music Friday and the new music release shelf,” the rep said. “Her song ‘Bed’ actually saw an increase based on the promotions put behind the campaign. The company continues to be big fans of Nicki.” (Variety)

A few hours ago, radio host Charlamagne Tha God ripped Nicki by labeling her “Donkey of the Day” for blaming multiple people for her album’s retail performance.

“I’m just here to tell Nicki, no Travis does not know he doesn’t have the number one album in the country, because we’re all looking at the same numbers you are. He has the number one album in the country, you have the number two album in the country. … Nothing you’re doing is Queen-like. Okay, let’s just say all these people [from Travis to Spotify] are to blame for you having the number two album in the country. Well, who’s to blame for you having the number two album in 2015? Nicki’s last album The Pinkprint debuted at number two.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Last night, Travis Scott‘s protégé Smokepurpp publicly went at Nicki for singling his boss out over having reality TV star girlfriend Kylie Jenner‘s support to promote his Astroworld album.

“Nicki Minaj, you bugging. You bugging by saying Travis Scott beat you because he’s selling clothes and stuff. It’s called marketing, my n*gga. You’re doing the most first week, don’t hate on the next man and you said the Billboard was wrong – blah, blah, blah. You probably got it delayed yourself and it’s no disrespect. I f*ck with you. I f*ck with your music. You go crazy but numbers do not lie. Numbers don’t lie. With that being said, Cactus Jack.”

Yesterday, Nicki unloaded a flood of tweets getting at Scott, Kylie and Spotify for making her miss a chart-topping debut.