Fans Think Megan Thee Stallion Is Dissing Nicki Minaj on Her New Album

Megan Thee Stallion released a new album on Friday (June 28), and some fans seem to think she taking shots at Nicki Minaj on a couple of tracks.


The two have beefed before, with Nicki Minaj releasing the diss track “Big Foot” earlier this year as an answer to Megan’s “Hiss,” the latter of which hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 and serves as Megan‘s intro track. That’s important to note, because fans think there are subs aimed in Nicki’s direction on the very next song, “Rattle.”

She doesn’t waste time, rapping, “Ain’t got no tea on me, this ho think she TMZ” as soon as the song begins. Nicki had a rant on the end of “Big Foot” where she starts by saying, “Now listen up, Big Foot. You know I got a lotta tea. I went easy on you.”

Elsewhere on “Rattle,” Megan appears to take aim at Minaj again.” “Damn, b—h, it been four years/ Worry ’bout your man and your kid,” she spits. “Your life must be borin’ as f—k if you still reminiscin’ ’bout s—t that we did.”

Those bars appear to be referring to her collab with Nicki “Hot Girl Summer” and her collab “WAP” with Cardi B, which came out in 2019 and 2020, respectively. This is around the time Nicki and Meg’s relationship started to change. She ends the verse with, “And I ain’t worried ’bout the bitter b—h link up/ Y’all h—s earned them seats in the fan club,” possibly referring to JT, BIA, Maliibu Miitch, Katie Got Bandz and Akbar V coming out to perform the “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)” during Nicki’s Pink Friday 2 World Tour.

On the next track “Figueroa,” Megan raps “I’m a motherf—n’ Brat, not a Barbie/ On go with any b—h that wanna start it.” Fans immediately pointed out the diss, since Nicki’s fans are commonly known as the Barbz.

With this beef getting put back on the grill, fans are asking if Nicki Minaj should be put on a clock the way Kendrick was put on one after Drake released “Push Ups.” Check out just a few of the fan reactions to Megan’s newest bars below:

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