Yikes! This has been an interesting day for Nicki Minaj to say the least.
That's right, the Queen has just released her brand new song and music video for her latest single MEGATRON and shortly after ALL hell broke loose when the rapper celebrated the release on her Apple Music radio show. Okay, maybe we're being a bit dramatic but the Superbass singer definitely had all of our mouths on the floor listening to all of the juicy industry tea she was spilling.
First, Let's get into Megatron. The dancehall inspired track is bonafide BOP, of course, and the visuals were simple yet beautiful in showcasing Nicki's fun and vibrant/carefree side alongside her new boyfriend who rightfully took on the role of Minaj's designated video vixen.
While it was bit of an unexpected turn sonically, we knew Nicki would deliver and she did just that. Despite receiving mixed reviews, MEGATRON was one of the top trends worldwide across social media upon its release, but that's not really the story here.
Nicki made headlines among the blogosphere with her hit Apple music show, Queen Radio that same day where she talked about a lot more than Megatron. Minaj interviewed celebrity guests Blac Chyna, Trina, and even conducted an on air interview with Najil from RapUp. com where she spilled some juicy tidbits.
That's right, Nicki opened up about pregnancy rumors, her upcoming marriage plans, what she really thinks about Miley Cyrus, whom she lovingly refers to as "Perdue chicken" and how she was 'blackballed' from the Grammys.
When asked about how she felt about being mentioned in Miley's NEW song 'Catitude' Nicki says':
“Perdue chickens can never talk shit about queens,[..] She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason. I had just seen her after she sucked Mike WiLL’s dick in the studio.”
On Ken Ehrlich of The Grammys:
“ They came the day of the show and told me not to perform [...]This is after I had done a bunch of commercials with L.L. Cool J to promote the Grammys […], After I did everything they asked, they told me not to perform. I said, ‘No I’m going to perform.'”
"I didn't understand the power [Ken Ehrlich] had to black ball me for the rest of my career but that's exactly what happened. So he basically told me 'You [don't] go out there or else' "