Rick Ross Calls Nicki Minaj the Queen of Rap

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By: AJ Niles

Rick Ross threw his opinion in the ring regarding the beef between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma. While Rozay did not pick sides on the beef, he did call Nicki Minaj the Queen of Rap.

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  1. Nicki will remain on top. That’s why people are teaming up to take her down. It didn’t work when a legend did it (Lil Kim) so it’s definitely not going to work now that two flops (Meek, Remy) and a never will be (Safaree) are trying to do it. Her fan base ain’t going nowhere. So yes, she is the Queen of Rap. Seethe, cry, moan…won’t change a thing. People have to get over it. They have been wishing for Drake’s downfall too. Lmfao.

  2. Nicki’s album sales actually went up after Shether, so I think it’s safe to say she’ll survive. Losing rap beefs aren’t the end of the world.

  3. Too many female rappers are trying to either regain popularity or get a comeup off of dissing Nicki and it’s getting real tired. Their main focus should be finding the right team, perfecting their craft, and creating/ reconstructing their niche.

  4. He’s entitled to his opinion. But what annoys me is how people want to complain about the state of rap and “lesser” rappers like Nicki being successful when they don’t even buy albums of the artists they think are better than Nicki. Just like right now, they are on the internet fake stanning for Remy but still ain’t buying none of her music. It ain’t Nicki’s fault rap is what it is. It’s your fault. Y’all never support people you like with your coins. Yall just sit on the internet and whine instead. IG comments and likes ain’t paying bills.

  5. Anyway his new album is the truth. I listened to it and liked it. I’m going to go ahead and buy it. It’s going to be my soundtrack for the Spring and Summer.

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