The fallout from the apparent female rap war brewing behind the scenes continues to play out publicly. Nicki Minaj has taken aim at several women lately, with some observers believing that Minaj aimed at her at least one of those shots. “Blick Blick” Collaborator Coi Leray.
The drama began with the release of Nicki Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)” featuring Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, Maliibu Miitch, JT, and BIA. It appeared that some of the rappers who didn’t make the cut felt like they were left out of the track.
Nicki Minaj then lambasted all the negative rising stars in the industry by calling the new generation of female rappers “allowed failures” on Twitter. Two days before that, Coi Leray sent his own tweets criticizing the music industry.
“The industry is so weird….only if y’all know half…yuck…Anyway FLY SH! T OUT NOW 🆑😍💘🔥🏆,” Leray tweeted the same day as the “Super Freaky Girl ( Queen Mix)” has arrived on the DSPs. She also added, “Watch out for fake smiles.”
This week, another interesting tweet from Coi Leray raised eyebrows. Yesterday the avant-garde the album’s creator made accusations about the media’s relationship with an alleged unknown tormentor.
“Paying blogs not to post me is sad,” Coi Leray tweeted. Moments later, she added, “What is in the dark always comes to light! Stay prayed! Stay focused!!” Leray also tweeted, “Hurt people hurt people.”
Coi Leray then tried to lead the conversation in a more positive direction. The Republic artist wrote, “Don’t come here looking for trouble. The world already has plenty, so let’s promote positivity as much as possible. »
Following the “Queen Mix” turmoil, many social media users assumed that Coi Leray’s September 18 tweets were a subliminal message about Nicki Minaj. This assumption also stems from other celebrities accusing Minaj of removing political movements from public view in the past.
In 2017, Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend Meek Mill called out marketing strategist Karen Civil for allegedly paying blogs to spread negative stories about her. Civil was closely tied to Minaj’s team at the time.
Other prominent hip-hop figures, such as Remy Ma and Cardi B, have also claimed that Nicki Minaj will try to harm her rivals’ business opportunities. Remy Ma’s scathing diss track “Shether” was a response to the supposed “little s###” that Minaj was participating offscreen. Also, Cardi B insisted Minaj tried “to stop [her] Bags.”