Nicki Minaj is well-known for her outspoken personality. Nicki is set to appear on Joe Budden’s Pull Up series as the next guest. On Tuesday, March 8, the roles were reversed when Budden joined Nicki’s Instagram Live session to promote her latest announcement.
While the 52-minute conversation focused on the return of her Queen Radio show, which will debut on Amazon’s new Amp app, the Young Money rapper also used the opportunity to express her feelings about men commenting on Black women’s social media appearances.
“I’m talking about men that feel the need that they can comment on women’s bodies and keep saying what they like and what they don’t like. Who are you?! This ain’t about you! … Y’all feel like y’all can constantly disrespect Black women? Get the fu*k outta here!”
“And to the men that get on and laugh about Black women because you’re mad because some Black girl broke your fu*king ugly-a*s heart, like the podcast clown. I wish the n-gga would’ve tried that with me … This is not embarrass Black woman season.”
Nicki then addressed men rating women’s appearances, mentioning “dating expert” and Future’s “Worst Day” co-star Kevin Samuels, who gave her a nine out of ten.
“This is not about Kevin, because he actually was very respectful on the show when I spoke to him. But all you n-ggas that do that, you can take those ratings and shove it up fu*king your a**h*les.”
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