Nicki Minaj takes no prisoner on her new album Queen, calling out Drake for being all in his feelings.
Taking aim on Barbie Dreams, Nicki uses her longtime relationship with Drake, which endured a tumultuous time during his fierce beef with Meek Mill, as ammunition on her new track.
The song which features on Nickis new LP, hears the star fire shots at nearly every single rapper including 50 Cent, and rumoured beau Eminem.
But, Nicki has already pre-empted the hype and insisted that the track isnt a diss, but that shes chosen to target people that wouldnt be too emotional about it.
Drake, Eminem, 50 Cent, Meek Mill and DJ Khaled all feature on the track, and Nicki accuses a number of the rappers for trying to have sex with her.
Khaled – seemingly in reference to the recently unearthed comments that he wouldnt go down on his wife.
Had to cancel DJ Khaled, boy, we aint speaking. Aint no fat n***a telling me what he aint eating, she raps.
Desiigner, Young Thug, Kanye and Bow Wow also get a mention.
Drake worth a hundred milli, always buying me shit/But I dont know if the pussy wet or if he cryin and shit, before adding: I tried to fuck 50 for a powerful hour, but all that n**** want to do is talk Power for hours.
Nickis ex-fiance even gets a reference for trying to get back together with her, as she raps: Meek still be in my DMs, I be having to dump him/I used to pray for times like this/Face ass when I fuck him.
Talking on her Apple Beats 1, Queen Radio show earlier this week, Nicki said: You guys know thats not a diss, right. I love them. I said things about people who can take a joke and not be emotional about it.
But Nicki is happy with the reaction that her song has garnered after eviscerating the rappers.
Everyone is saying how disrespectful Barbie Dreams is, and thats why I fucking love it, she said, according to Rolling Stone.