Nicki Minaj is making waves in the rap world once again. After trading shots with Latto at the end of 2022, the Queen of Rap surprised fans with the release of her first solo single of 2023, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze.” But that’s not all – during an episode of her Queen Radio show on Friday night, she also announced that her own record label is finally coming together, and she’s already signed four impressive artists.

But that’s not the only thing that got people talking over the weekend. On Saturday evening, Lil Wayne brought out both Nicki Minaj and Gudda Gudda during his set at Rolling Loud, where he was a special guest. The trio performed some of their past collaborations, as well as a few of Minaj’s solo tracks.

However, Minaj didn’t shy away from throwing some shade at fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion during her performance. In a video making rounds online, she can be heard saying, “I only fck with, I mean, I don’t fck with horses. I said, 700 horses will be fixing to leave, but I don’t f*ck with horses since Christopher Reeve.”

It’s clear that the drama between female rappers isn’t going away anytime soon. With Minaj taking shots at Megan Thee Stallion during her Rolling Loud performance, fans are eagerly waiting to see if the “Hot Girl Summer” rapper will respond.

Despite the drama, Minaj’s announcement of her new record label is a big deal for the rap industry. With her impressive track record and eye for talent, it’s no doubt that her label will be a force to be reckoned with.

As for her beef with Megan Thee Stallion, only time will tell if the two will resolve their issues or continue to throw shade at each other. But for now, fans are excited to see what Minaj has in store for her label and future music releases.

What are your thoughts on Nicki Minaj’s announcement of her record label and her performance at Rolling Loud? Do you think her diss towards Megan Thee Stallion was justified, or do you think she should focus on promoting her new label and signees instead? Leave your comments below!

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