Nicki Minaj goes on crazy rant on Joe Budden’s Twitter space
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Nicki Minaj goes on crazy rant on Joe Budden's Twitter space

Pink Friday emcee Nicki Minaj has recently sparked a lot of controversy with her Megan Thee Stallion diss track ‘Big Foot’ and has now caused significant outrage after a rant on a Twitter space hosted by Joe Budden.

Akin to 2018, when Minaj (real name Onika Maraj) continuously attacked Travis Scott on her Apple Music 1 show, Queen Radio, the ‘Super Bass’ star has now set her sights on her former friend and collaborator Megan Thee Stallion.

The Queens rapper went live on Twitter Spaces with the Budden on January 31st to discuss her ongoing beef with Megan Thee Stallion. During the conversation, she mocked Meg’s shooting and aimed at record executive Lyor Cohen.

Minaj blasted several other people. The ‘Chun-Li’ musician exposed the producer Lil Ju for “bragging” about not clearing her diss record and referred to him as “doo-doo on the beats.” Furthermore, she claimed that Megan Thee Stallion used paid YouTube bots to promote ‘Hiss.’

While talking about Megan Thee Stallion, she spoke about her getting shot in her “hooves” and reiterated her stance that Meg was never shot in the first place. She then went on a manic rant about the underhand tactics labels have been using to take her down.

Detailing this, Minaj stated, “Between the YouTube bots and the Twitter ads and the paid for TikToks and the paid for tweets to the point where people got they little $250 for the tweet to say something bad about Nicki Minaj and the next day was like, ‘Bitch yeah, I’m listening to ‘Big Foot.’ Why would [Roc Nation] want to prove everything I’ve been saying true?”

Explaining that her beefs from Cardi B to Megan Thee Stallion are manufactured by “machines” (major record labels) Nicki, concluded, “This is a dialogue between me, the machine and a bunch of different machines having to come together constantly using different people. When one fails, let’s go somewhere else and try. It never works but that’s the point that I wanted the world to see and that it’s going to be sympathy again, and it’s going to be nonsense again.”

You can listen to Minaj’s monologue below.