Why Is Nicki Minaj Feuding with Kylie Jenner’s Baby? Let Us Explain

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Although the "Strangers" singer didn't directly reference Haddish in her tweet, fans on Twitter knew exactly who she was talking about. It's really, really tough to get off of pills.

Joe closed with, "I really think somebody should intervene".

Minaj, seemingly delighted by the attention, took the opportunity to explain what she meant by her initial Tubman tweet.

Not the only one to hit back at Tiff's tiff, after Kevin and the comedian announced that Nicki won the Best Hip Hop prize, she used her speech to defend her pal, Normani. All of this drama follows backlash she received after taking to Twitter to compare her influence to that of Harriet Tubman, the abolitionist who freed slaves via the Underground Railroad. With no requirement of redeeming the album! Following the show, Minaj continued to trash talk him during a recent episode of Queen Radio, the Beats 1 Apple Music show she's used to promote Queen. Scott's declaration that he has the top charting album seems to contradict Minaj's claim that she spoke to him, and he "knows" he does not have the top album.

The 35-year-old star's unusual comparison apparently has to do with how she fought for plays of her songs on streaming services like Spotify to count toward overall sales numbers. Nicki began making the accusations after it was reported by Billboard that Nicki's Queen was bested in its first-week sales by Travis Scott's Astroworld in its second week.

Stormi Webster, you may only be 6 months old, but here's a lesson: As the daughter of Kylie Jenner, soon-to-be-billionaire, and Travis Scott, chart-topping rapper, people will want to come for what you have.

Nicki doesn't like that Travis boosted his album sales by throwing in tour and merchandise sales into his final number. "Nicki chose to perform a medley of songs from her newest album, Queen, which included "Majesty", Barbie Dreams", "Ganja Burns", and "FEFE".

And we're totally being sarcastic.