Nicki Minaj Hits Out At ‘Ugly’ NY Post Writer Over ‘Feuds’ List


Nicki Minaj has issued a response to a recent New York Post article detailing her list of alleged feuds.

The Pinkprint rapper’s response to the listicle comes after Iggy Azalea also criticized the story, which claimed Azalea had insulted Minaj after her 2010 BET Awards performance and that Minaj had ambiguously responded back while accepting a BET Award four years later.

“You should write about your feuds with the ugly stick,” Minaj appeared to write in a DM sent to the article’s author Chuck Arnold (via The Shade Room). “Clearly it’s been beating the fuck out of your ugly ass.”

She continued: “I’ll address you & another ‘paid off writer’ on queen radio where you’ll both receive the prestigious honor COCK SUCKER OF THE DAY AWARD.”


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She used the moment to additionally tease the music video for her latest Billboard chart-topper “Super Freaky Girl,” which debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, giving the Queens icon her third No. 1 hit overall and first as a solo artist.

“Who’s ready for the #SuperFreakyGirl video?!?!!??!?!?” she wrote. “It could be today. It could be tomar… The HELP already asking their team to write up a press release to come out @ the same time chi *laughing emoji* nah they learned their lesson.”

In Azalea’s critique of the Post’s list, she claimed on Tuesday (August 30) that she had nothing but love for Minaj.

“Why am I on this?” Azalea asked on Twitter. “We’ve never said anything bad about one another. Y’all weird.”

The Post’s article was published hours before Minaj was set to be honored as the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award recipient at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday (August 28).

Minaj thanked a plethora of stars during her acceptance speech including Lil Wayne, Lauryn Hill, Foxy Brown, Slick Rick, Doug E. Fresh, Kanye West, Drake, Eminem, Beyoncé, Rihanna and Britney Spears.

Elsewhere in the evening, Minaj performed a medley of some of her biggest songs, including “Super Bass” and “Beez In the Trap,” before closing out with “Super Freaky Girl,” which Azalea had praised as a “well-written” single earlier in August.

“Super Freaky Girl is a really well-written song,” Azalea wrote on Twitter at the time. “Like, it’s constructed to be a hit and it’s BIG sounding.”