Nicki Minaj has clap back at her critics who suggested that her lyrics is hypocritical.
Nicki Minaj did an interview with Elle Magazine where she opened up about being single and keeping her legs close. The Young Money rapper also spoke about Instagram models being prostitutes and she got a lot of flack for that comment on social media. Nicki admitted that she does sell sex appeal but draws the line when it comes to exchanging money for sex.
One person pon Twitter had this to say to Nicki Minaj and he got a direct response from her. “Your lyrics are hypocritical,” Jerome said. You went over to @ElleMagazine to slut shame certain types of women, cause that wasn’t your route (allegedly). People need to STOP trying to dictate & police women & THEIR bodies! If you can’t HELP, don’t HURT! @NickiMinaj.”
“S**k my d**k A***OLE. Had u read the article, I was critiquing MYSELF more than ANYTHING,” Nicki Minaj tweeted. “What I SAID was: I HOPE my overt sexual LYRYCS & PHOTOS don’t make my fans THINK that I’m telling them to be promiscuous & to know their worth! Lyrics, photos & F***ING r all 3 diff things.”
“A woman can be a “freak” w|her man, sexual, spit explicit lyrics, an exhibitionist, love freaky girl talk w|her girlfriends, require men to treat her like a QUEEN, etc,” Nicki added. “NONE OF THAT EQUATES TO SELLING P***Y. Now pop my d**k outcho mouf. The Nicki hate train has left the bldng.”
Dear Nicki Minaj,
Your lyrics are hypocritical. You went over to @ElleMagazine to slut shame certain types of women, cause that wasn’t your route (allegedly). People need to STOP trying to dictate & police women & THEIR bodies! If you can’t HELP, don’t HURT! @NickiMinaj pic.twitter.com/p4iT30bfyb
— Jerome Trammel (@MrJeromeTrammel) June 15, 2018