Nicki Minaj has been on a tirade since dropping her latest project “Queen” because it hasn’t done the numbers she has expected although ranking as the #2 album in the world.
We look at her issues with everyone concerning her record sales.
THE QUEEN VS THE PEASANTS?
“Like sis, you really have the coke sniffle […] you just gotta chill […] It’s really like another episode of do drugs, don’t let the drugs do you type shit […] You’re really f*cking tweaking […] You looked coked. Not on coke. You look coked, bitch.”
The words above came from the Instagram account of Azealia Banks and the target was none other than Nicki Minaj herself. She continued:
“It sounds like your pussy is wack […] would’ve kept that shit for myself, if I had that many hip-hop bodies, I would’ve get that to myself.”
The above is making mention of Nicki Minaj’s song “Barbie Dreams” from her “Queen” album. It seems that Banks had enough of Nicki Minaj’s bragging and insults being thrown around in the last week towards Cardi B, Travis Scott, and even Drake(supposedly her friend and label mate even caught it).
She attacked DJ Akademiks for reporting a number of 190,000 for her 1st week sales as “Fake News”, but she ended up with a lower number of 185,000 units sold. Of course, DJ Akademiks had to call her out on it as well as her blaming Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s new baby for her coming in 2nd place.
Nicki Minaj is obsessed with being #1 so much she is blaming Stormi that was just born months ago and even going at Drake for having his music pushed harder by Apple than her. Last week on a promotional run she took jabs at Cardi B stating that she was only big in the music industry now because of her label putting money and promo behind her.
Nicki Minaj will no longer be going on tour this fall as previously planned.
The 35-year-old rapper has announced that she is rescheduling her North American tour dates for 2019, but her European dates will not be affected.
“Following her unforgettable VMA performance, Nicki Minaj has decided to reevaluate elements of production on the NickiHndrxx Tour. The outing will now kick off in Europe this coming February as planned,” Live Nation announced in a statement. “Nicki has decided to contribute more time to rehearsal ahead of the tour’s launch to make certain her fans get the absolute best quality show that they deserve.”
“Due to scheduling conflicts Future will not be on the North American run. Nicki Minaj will be announcing new North American dates to kick off in May 2019. Refunds for the previously scheduled North American dates will be available at point of purchase, with new Nicki Minaj on-sale details announced soon,” the statement concluded.