The controversy stemmed from a screenshot Minaj posted of the iTunes top ten list in hip-hop. There was enough discussion for Nicki to clarify her views with a number of edits to her post.
Nicki then received a great deal of backlash for her post so she clapped back online by writing, "These are the top 10 rap songs on U.S. iTunes".
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According to The Shade Room, at least one rapper among the ones that caught the strays from Minaj wasn't phased as Post Malone followed the IG account where it all started. "Congrats to Em on his new album", she added to her initial post. "Motorsport put that thing in sport". The hip-hop diva has come forward to address her now-infamous remarks about white rappers currently running the music charts to defend herself.
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For the eighth straight week, Malone's 21 Savage-assisted song, "Rockstar", has topped the Hot 100 chart. I'm blessed and highly favored thanks to my unbelievable fans, but I'll speak on whatever the f*ck I want to whenever the f*ck I want to.
"I love being a smart successful woman", she continued.
Fans taking offence with Minaj's post, not only accused the singer of indulging in the blame game but also slammed her as "racist". "It's never been cool or amusing to be illiterate or uninterested in your own industry and how it works". There's plenty of historical context and data to disprove the theory of white artists gaining increased popularity in predominately black spaces isn't a new development, but that's somewhat of a moot point now because Nicki's posts have been deleted. "If you're looking to cry, if you're looking to think about life, don't listen to hip-hop", he said during a recent interview.