Nicki Minaj Seemingly Takes Shots At Megan Thee Stallion & Latto On New Album ‘Pink Friday 2’ | WhatsOnRap

Nicki Minaj Appears to Throw Shade at Megan Thee Stallion and Latto on 'Pink Friday 2'

Nicki Minaj's "Pink Friday 2" Sparks Buzz With Subtle Shots at Megan Thee Stallion and Latto.

Nicki Minaj, the rap icon, has made a triumphant return with her fifth studio album, "Pink Friday 2," released on December 8. As fans eagerly anticipated the follow-up to her debut album, the project offers a glimpse into Nicki's evolution as an artist, complete with clever wordplay and subtle disses aimed at her female rap counterparts.

One standout moment occurs on the track "FTCU," where Nicki takes what seems to be a veiled shot at Megan Thee Stallion, referencing Tory Lanez and Iggy Azalea. "Stay in your Tory lane, bitch, I’m not Iggy," she boldly declares over ATL Jacob's trap-flavored production. The apparent fallout between Nicki and Megan has been a topic of speculation, and Nicki's choice to weave it into her lyrics adds a layer of intrigue.

Continuing her lyrical prowess, Nicki also appears to address Latto on "Fallin 4 U." Employing her signature clever wordplay, Nicki blurs the line between "locs, ho" and Latto's name, showcasing her ability to use language as a powerful tool. "Picture you endin’ up under the seat, where the dread at?/ Picture not listenin’ when I said you would dread that/ I mean locs, ho, you-you’s a chop ho/ I’m number one, y’all go argue over top four/ Clean, sweep, you gettin’ mopped, ho," she effortlessly rhymes.

Social media erupted with reactions to Nicki's wordplay, with fans expressing both amusement and surprise at the clever sonic overlay. The controversy surrounding the use of names in Nicki's lyrics has sparked discussions about her approach to addressing fellow artists.

"Pink Friday 2" boasts an impressive 22 tracks, featuring collaborations with industry heavyweights such as Drake, J. Cole, Lil Wayne, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert. Serving as a sequel to her 2010 debut album "Pink Friday," the project is Nicki's first album since the 2018 release of "Queen," which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

As "Pink Friday 2" continues to make waves, Nicki Minaj solidifies her position as a rap powerhouse, blending skillful wordplay with subtle jabs, creating an album that keeps fans captivated from start to finish.

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