Nicki Minaj And Megan Thee Stallion's rumored beef has boiled over after the Houston rapper dropped her latest track, "HISS."
On Friday, Janurary 27, Megan The Stallion dropped her latest track, "HISS," which will be on her upcoming album. Following its release, the track sent social media into disarray. Several lyrics in the song seemingly took shots at several artists — among them were allegedly Drake and Nicki Minaj.
"These n*ggas hate on BBLs and be walkin' 'round with the same scars (Ah)/Real curvy, no edgin', n*ggas fight to get in my section (My section)," the Houston hottie rapped. Fans speculated that this could've been a shot at Drake.
However, the main event came when she dropped a verse mentioning "Megan's Law," a federal law created in 1994 that requires law enforcement authorities to make information regarding registered sex offenders available to the public. Some fans speculated that this could be a shot aimed at Minaj's husband, Kenneth Petty. Decades ago, Petty was accused and found guilty of first-degree rape.
As expected, Nicki Minaj galvanized her fanbase — the Barbz— as she went on an X (formerly known as Twitter) rampage. "If your last 5-10 releases flopped…If The internet checks don't clear outside in real life. If all the paid blogs & paid tweets = flop after flop after FLOP album," she wrote.
"Did y'all run up that 'Barbie World' song they tried?" she tweeted. "It's bubbling under this week. Video & all and didn't crack the HOT 100. It's a BUB. They losing so much money with BF… ain't generate not one penny of a profit yet & claim she went to college but can't read her contract …? Another manipulation so she can kick ppl to the curb after they helped her."
But it didn't end there. Nicki also took her rant to other social media platforms like Instagram.