Nicki Minaj torched on Twitter for slut-shaming women, shading Cardi B

Nicki Minaj covers Elle magazine. Photo: [email protected]

Fans are getting sick of Nicki Minaj’s tired tantrums and histrionics because she is no longer the center of gravity in the female hip-hop game and that the genre that seemingly orbited around her has, for the time being, moved to her hated rival.

They accused the “Anaconda” rapper of blatant hypocrisy for exploiting her sex appeal to sell her records her entire career. But now that another female lyricist comes along by the name of Cardi B, fans allege, Minaj suddenly wants women to “close” their legs when she spent years having them propped open for multiple photo opps and videos.

Suddenly Nicki has problems with strippers when she twerked and popped her ballooned booty into millions of men’s hearts — and even did a lap dance for fellow Cash Money labelmate Drake in her videos? Minaj now says women shouldn’t be “prostitutes” and sell sex for money, yet she sang in one of her songs that women shouldn’t go home with a guy unless they “get the bands?”

The tempestuous Trinidadian temptress, born Onika Tanya Maraj, 35, gave an explosive interview with Elle magazine, in which she seemed to slut-shame strippers and prostitutes and demanded that women now “close their legs.”

Many believe the Minaj interview is a passive-aggressive swipe at archrival Cardi B, who has hijacked the genre and is a former stripper who came up in the same New York streets as Minaj.

Fans did not take too kindly to the “narcissistic” Minaj, who cannot stand that she has been replaced on the royal throne of hip-hop and has had to give up social media and push her album release date back in order to try to reclaim her queen status.

One fan, BrunoSmash10, told Minaj in Bossip’s comments section that she “should be warning girls about pedophiles since her brother is a convicted one.”

The Nicki Minaj mauling on social media continues below:

 

 

 

Terry Shropshire
Terry Shropshire

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