Nicki Minaj is at it again! The sassy singer loves to stir up a little drama — and this time it’s toward rapper Rick Ross! Nicki put her own spin on the song ‘No Flex Zone’ and added what she thought was the perfect touch. She talks about Rick and being “fat” in the same verse!
“Pills N Potions” rapper Nicki Minaj, 31, never ceases to amaze us with her skills! The singer always drops amazing hits — and of course when she got her hands on Rae Sremmurd‘s single, she made an incredible remix out of it! She even throws a few choice words out to rapper Rick Ross, 38 — and it seems like she’s flat-out calling him “fat” in the song!
Nicki Minaj: Rapper Disses Rick Ross On New Remix Of ‘No Flex Zone’ — Listen
The hot new duo Rae Sremmurd created an awesome hit single ‘No Flex Zone,’ but Nicki took the song into her own terms and put her own rap into it. She was the icing on the cake that made this song that much catchier!
On the track, Nicki sings:
“H*ll no you can’t use my lip gloss,
Pop a perc now, I’m on lift off,
A** still fat it’s on Rick Ross.”
Whoa — are those fighting words? We wonder how Rick will respond to this public song diss.
LISTEN to Nicki’s twist on ‘No Flex Zone’ that she posted on Twitter:
— PillsNPotions (@NICKIMINAJ) July 15, 2014
Rae Sremmurd is a group made up of two boys out of Mississippi who are signed to producer Mike Will Made It‘s label and Interscope Records.
Nicki Minaj Disses Not Only Rick Ross, But Also Iggy Azalea
Nicki clearly isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind — she consistently targets people in her songs. At the BET awards, she seemed to diss Australian singer Iggy Azalea, 24, by saying Iggy doesn’t create her own lyrics. Ouch!
Nikki has spoken out that what she said about Iggy wasn’t a diss, but some people still totally think it was and she’s just trying to cover her tracks now!
Doesn’t matter though, because Iggy took the heat and handled it like a mature woman — her songs are major sensations around the world despite any rumors and disses from Nicki!
Do you think Nicki dissed Rick in her song, HollywoodLifers? Or is it a compliment to be mentioned by Nicki at all on a track? Let us know what you think about this!
— Sammi Errico