6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj put the music industry on notice with their “FEFE” collaboration back in 2018. The two would go on to create more songs together in the years to come.

The “Super Bass” songstress released back-to-back singles this month. Both “Do We Have A Problem” and “Bussin” showcase Minaj’s collaboration with fellow rapper Lil Baby.

“Bussin” which dropped yesterday (Feb. 11) was a little more low-key than the previous song. Right away, it was noticeable that Minaj was employing the same flow on “Bussin” that she seemingly introduced on “FEFE” with 6ix9ine.

Fans took to Twitter to draw the similarities between their flows. Some questioned Minaj’s use of the flow and said she took a page from 6ix9ine’s playbook. The WAKA “rapper” himself posted a now-deleted comment under Minaj’s post.


Others insisted Minaj had been using the flow since 2009 and showcased it on her “Slumber Party With Gucci” track. The 39-year-old has yet to respond to the claims she used 6ix9ine’s flow on “Bussin.”

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Manik Aftab

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