Nicki Minaj Queen Radio: Episode 17

Nicki Minaj Queen Radio: Episode 17

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50 Cent, “C***sucker of the decade”, a “Yikes” cypher battle + more!

The last episode of Queen radio aired back in November, so it’s been a minute since we heard from the Queen. Nicki Minaj returned with the first Queen Radio episode of the year and she touched on a plethora of topics chile! She of course dropped her recent song “Yikes” this past Friday, so that was definitely a main conversation topic as well.

Nicki reflected on 2019 saying, “There were times last year, my mind was not clear. I looked back and realized things I was saying were a little bit much,” she confessed.

Now there were definitely surprises throughout the episode, just not the ones you may have thought. Nicki revealed of her new track, that she actually wasn’t planning on even releasing “Yikes” at all. She says that shortly after she posted the snippet online with the “Rosa Parks” verse that went viral, her label and management pushed her to drop it. Explaining thats why it sounds like two different Nickis,” on the first and second verses.

50 cent also came through! Nicki and 50 talk about how they have always had a good relationship, sharing the common thread of being from New York. Nicki also thanks 50 for always standing up for her publicly and acknowledging her talent when others haven’t.

Now the MAIN question on everyone’s mind was of course, was she going to acknowledge last week’s beef with Meek Mill??? Well the entire episode she had been teasing the “c***sucker of the decade award”; every episode she gives out a “c***sucker of the day” but this time was different. It’s 2020 and Nicki is turning over a new leaf y’all!

“The c***sucker of the decade award goes to everybody that wants me to give out the c***sucker award because it’s 2020 and I’ve turned over a new leaf. I think it’s obvious and what’s obvious doesn’t need to be said” And that’s on period pooh! Peep some of the reactions to the new episode below:

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