The Ongoing Conflict Between Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion at Rolling Loud: “Equestrians Are Not My Preference”
If there’s one thing you can almost always count on rappers to do, it’s wind up in some beef. As of late, it’s primarily been the female artists going back and forth with each other over a variety of topics. At the end of 2022, we heard Nicki Minaj and Latto trading shots after the latter upset her with her comments about the difference between today’s industry climate, and what it was like when the Queen of Rap was in her prime. Earlier this weekend, that drama was seemingly addressed on her “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” single.
Aside from sharing her first solo effort of 2023 on Friday (March 3), Minaj also surprised fans with a big announcement that same night. On Queen Radio, she confirmed that her own record label is finally coming together, and she’s already got an impressive roster of four signees. As if that weren’t enough, on Saturday evening, the 40-year-old joined her Young Money boss Lil Wayne for his set at Rolling Loud.
Lil Wayne Surprises Fans with Nicki Minaj
Weezy was the festival’s special guest, and his set took place at the end of the night, at the same time as headliner Travis Scott. Much to patrons’ pleasure, he had a fire roster of friends join him, including 2 Chainz, who rapped their joint track, “Duffle Bag Boy,” alongside him. When it came time to throw it back to the YMCMB days, Wayne tapped both Minaj and Gudda Gudda to join him for “Bed Rock.”
Of course, the “How to Love” hitmaker couldn’t let his frequent collaborator walk away without putting on a show. They went on to perform past releases like “High School” and “Truffle Butter,” and the Trinidadian artist had time to show out on a few of her solo tracks as well. Between spitting bars, some attendees couldn’t help but notice that Minaj threw in a diss seemingly aimed at Megan Thee Stallion, who also appears to face heat on her latest single.
Throwing Shade at Thee Stallion
“I only f*ck with, I mean, I don’t f*ck with horses,” she stumbles at the beginning of a video making rounds online. “I said, 700 horses will be fixing to leave, but I don’t f*ck with horses since Christopher Reeve.” Immediately after, she launched into a confident performance of “Chun-Li” as the crowd cheered on. Check it out in the video above, and let us know if you think Nicki Minaj is too old to be sneak dissing like this in the comments.