The mother of all feuds.
Nicki Minaj took her feud with Megan Thee Stallion to another level on Friday when she joked about the “Savage” rapper’s mother years ago died.
Megan’s song features the lyrics: “These hoes ain’t mad at Megan/These hoes are mad at Megan’s Law,” a reference to U.S. law requiring law enforcement to share information about: registered sex offender with the public.
Some fans even suspected it might be a dig at the “Anaconda” rapper’s brother, Jelani Maraj, 41, who was convicted in 2017 of raping his 11-year-old stepdaughter Convicted of predatory sexual assault.
After the song was released, Minaj told Meghan to “call out her mother and apologize” because the lyrics were “disgusting.”
Meghan’s mother, Holly Thomas, died of a cancerous brain tumor in March 2019.
Meghan previously Touching on her mother’s death She has yet to comment on Nicki’s remarks while accepting the 2021 Glamor Woman of the Year award.
However, fans on social media did just that.
Minaj didn’t directly say why she’s following Meghan’s late mother, but she did tell her fans that her family has been the “center” of criticism and she’s tired of it.
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“Bad girl, she’s like six feet tall/I call her Bigfoot/That woman fell down/I said stand up on your good feet,” the “Barbie World” rapper raps in the song.
It’s unclear when Minaj and Megan’s feud actually began, but they were on good terms while working together on the 2019 hit “Hot Girl Summer.”
Some fans believed the friendship was over after Meghan collaborated with Minaj’s nemesis Cardi B on her 2020 hit single “WAP.”