Nicki Minaj has been having all kinds of problems with her record company lately. In February, the rapper freaked out after the wrong version of her single, “Bussin,” was released to streaming sites. Now, the “Superbass” star is once again experiencing headaches with the rollout of a new release.

The video for her latest single, “We Go Up” with Fivio Foreign has not appeared on several streaming sites. A fan pointed this out to Nicki via Twitter. Apple Music, iTunes, and Tidal didn’t have the clip. Nicki went straight to Republic Records to voice her dissatisfaction.

“Get over here btch!!!! @RepublicRecords”

Nicki Minaj followed that tweet up with a crying emoji. It is unclear if she was venting her frustration about the record label or if something else was up. Either way, there is a clear communication problem between Minaj and the record company.

Nicki has been very responsive to fans who have complained about these botched releases. The distribution of her music is mostly up to the label. Though it is out of her hands, Nicki Minaj is more than willing to go to bat when something goes wrong.

Time will tell if the video will be added to these services soon. Fans who are looking for an alternative can check out the video on YouTube. Despite the clip missing from some platforms, Nicki’s fans can still get their hands on the new video.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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