IS AKBAR V STILL MAD OVER THE QUEEN OF ATLANTA TITLE?
To summarize her struggle tweet, she lectured the "new girls" on not thinking they are on the same level as
Nicki Minaj when they have not yet accomplished as much as her.
This tweet is a prime example of why her ass was chosen for this "Queen Mix." I mean, goddamn, talk about jumping in a grave with somebody.
The only girl being falsely accused of saying she is on the same level as Nicki Minaj is Latto A.K.A, Queen of da Souf. So, first off, Akbar is speaking on shit that never happened. Secondly, if girls can't compare themselves to someone who has done more than them due to the advantage of a 10-year headstart, cause let's be honest; at 23 years old, Latto has accomplished more than a 23-year-old Nicki, then how can someone like Akbar take shots at Big Latto. We all know that Latto has done way more than Akbar, so she should keep her lectures in her drafts.
The unnecessary drama is why this song is not getting the hype it should. Hello, "Say So" remix.
IS NICKI MINAJ PROLONGING HER CAREER BY PLAYING THE "BAD GUY" OF FEMALE RAP?
In the past, I told ya'll that whatever deal Nicki Minaj made to get herself out of being blackballed may have required her starting beefs with the main girls. While Nicki Minaj's "bad guy" persona may be harmful to her legacy, it's the one thing that keeps her an asset in an industry that does not have much use for a 40-year-old female rapper. Nicki Minaj playing the "heel," much like when Hulk Hogan turned bad, allows for salacious headlines, and if any of the girls take the bait could lead to diss tracks; the one thing missing from the Cardi B vs. Nicki Minaj beef.
If Card B vs. Nicki Minaj made a lot of people rich. Just imagine how much money Nicki vs. everybody could generate.
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