People were quick to slam her comment, one person writing: 'Comparing your album sales to Harriet Tubman's fight for freedom is the most stupid comment on slavery in 2018, and that includes Kanye saying slavery was a choice'.
She also criticized Billboard's charting stipulations, claiming the Travis Scott's merch bundles unfairly helped him get the top spot. With no requirement of redeeming the album! "With no dates for a tour, etc", Minaj, 35, captioned a screenshot of Jenner's Instagram promoting Scott's album.
The Queens, New York native, whose full name is Onika Tanya Maraj, said she talked to Scott, and 'he knows he doesn't have the #1 album this week, ' in spite of his Billboard status. Others like Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and even Arcade Fire have faced similar accusations of artificially inflating their chart positions with ticket deals, exclusive merch options, and even unusual social media gimmicks created to turn the giddy enthusiasm of young fans into satisfactory metrics for artists and their teams. After Nicki's tweets about Travis, he has moved to the opposite side of the room. Read Nicki's tweets below.
Yep: that's Nicki Minaj claiming she had the real No.1 album in America, despite officially having the No.2 album in America.
Last week, Nicki Minaj sent some shots at Cardi B during an interview with Ebro where she pretty confirmed that the two have issues, but Cardi needs to grow a thick skin.
Following Nicki Minaj's rant towards Spotify, Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, Drake and more, Chance The Rapper took to Twitter to speak on the narrative surrounding Nicki. Her song "Bed" actually saw an increase based on the promotions put behind the campaign.
She argued: "Spotify put drake's face on every playlist but told me they'd have to teach me a lessons for playing my music 10 mins early on #QueenRadio".