Nicki Minaj is silencing her critics once and for all.
During Friday’s episode of Queen Radio on Beats 1, the “Megatron” rapper took to the airwaves to rip those who criticize her relationship with boyfriend Kenneth Petty in what she said would be the last time.
“Now that I’ve addressed it, I never wanna address it again,” said Minaj. “When people say things about who I’m with, about ‘Oh my God, you lowered your standards and you should’ve been with this and this man,’ it’s so sad to me that you hoes are so readily available to sell your pussies to the highest fu**ing bidder that when people find real love, and when a person’s with a ni**a that loved or liked them before they had a dime in their fu**ing pocket… How do y’all not understand that? How do y’all not understand happiness vs. clout?”
She went on to blast those who flaunt their fake relationships on social media. “Y’all be wanting bitches to be with ni**as just to post some fake ass relationship goals on IG, so y’all can fake believe in some fake shit that they fake don’t even stand for, fake ass cheating and beating and abusive relationships—that’s what ya’ll want? That’s what ya’ll bitches want?”
According to Minaj, what she has is real and not just for the ‘Gram. “I’d rather be with a ni**a that I really know is ’bout that motherfu**in’ life and they ’bout to play with none of you fu**ing ni**as or bitches and that loved me before I had anything, before I had a dime to my name, before my name was Nicki. So how fu**in’ dare you?! Talk about lowering standards, excuse me? These bitches is lowering their standards being with a ni**a for a fu**in’ check and acting like this n**a ain’t playing the shit out of them from behind closed fu**ing doors. I want you hoes to wake up. Wake up, hoes!”
During her epic clapback, she also took some subliminal shots. “Money cannot buy me happiness and good sex too. I ain’t gonna say no names, but a lot of these rap people, people that y’all want me to be with, be fake on the low gay, be abusive, mentally and physically and verbally, be having eating disorders.”
Minaj and Petty, who is a convicted felon, have already received their marriage license. She raps about meeting her future husband and starting a family together on Chance the Rapper’s new song “Zanies and Fools” off his debut album The Big Day.
“I met my husband when I was 17 out in Queens / If you love it, let it go, now I know what that means,” raps Nicki. “While he was up North for a body / I bodied everybody and got known for my body / My ni**a home now, he the Clyde to my Bonnie / ‘Bout to walk down the aisle and be a mommy.”