Nicki Minaj Marks Her Territory With Megan Thee Stallion Response

Nicki Minaj Marks Her Territory With Megan Thee Stallion Response Track “Bigfoot”: Stream Now – Billboard

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Nicki Minaj has beef and she's making it sizzle with “Bigfoot.”

“Bigfoot,” announced over the weekend and released promptly at midnight, appears to be a response to Megan Thee Stallion's apparent dissent over her just-released single “Hiss.”

Megan spits venom in Minaj's direction in “Hiss,” in which she sinks her fangs into her husband, registered sex offender Kenneth Petty, while referencing Megan's Law, a federal law that requires law enforcement to provide information about registered sex offenders .


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“These whores ain't mad at Megan, these whores ain't mad at Megan's Law/ I don't really know what the problem is, but I guarantee you, you don't want me to start/ Bh, you ap- “Y, never finna.” check me/ Bet your weak ass don't talk to me, bet you never talk to me,” the Houston rapper belts out on “Hiss,” which dropped Friday (January 26).

Minaj wasted no time in firing back. Later on Friday, the Trinidadian hip-hop star previewed an unreleased track in which she references Megan being shot in the foot by Tory Lanez in 2020. The shooting case ended with the Canadian artist's imprisonment last year.

“Bad girl, she’s five feet tall, I call her big foot. The girl fell off, I said get back on your good foot,” Nicki Rapeseed on “Bigfoot.”

And at the top she says: “Your flow is so boring/Drinking a bottle of Henny through a straw/bh, better stop this dialogue/“Before I hit Carl and buy your catalog.”

Nicky rounded off “Hiss” with a spray on social media, waiting for her moment to completely drop “Bigfoot.” “It has been very dry for two days. “I just wanted to be cool and let her have her little streams,” she writes on X (formerly Twitter). “I didn't want to say anything. But I remember everyone mouthing my name and me saying that the next person who mentioned my family would regret it. By the way, they haven't even heard the song yet. Who said it was even a “diss”? I didn’t even think I had that much power.”

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The Queen of Rap cover features a pink high-heeled boot stepping into a much larger footprint embossed into pink concrete. If there is any doubt about his goal at all, the image appears alongside a close-up of Megan's face, looking distressed.

The line “Bigfoot” is most likely a reference to Megan’s proportions. The “WAP” singer reportedly adopted the name “Stallion” in her youth due to her height (she is said to be 5'10″). When Minaj hit X, #Bigfoot became a trending topic.

In another post, Nicki hinted that she wants to introduce a number of unreleased tracks to the world. Add to that Pink Friday 2, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last month, marking her third top spot on the album chart — and the most No. 1s among female rappers. She previously broke out with “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded” in 2012 and her debut studio set “Pink Friday” in 2011.

Stream “Bigfoot” below.

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