VOICE NOTE: Latto shares audio from a phone call with Nicki Minaj that contradicts her original claim that Nicki said she isn’t “flourishing” and that “no one cares” about her “little song,” “It’s Givin" KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, October 14, 2022

VOICE NOTE: Latto shares audio from a phone call with Nicki Minaj that contradicts her original claim that Nicki said she isn’t “flourishing” and that “no one cares” about her “little song,” “It’s Givin"

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Latto shares audio from a phone call with Nicki Minaj that contradicts her original claim that Nicki said she isn’t “flourishing” and that “no one cares” about her “little song,” “It’s Givin.” (Read More Here).

When Nicki Minaj heard her hit single “Super Freaky Girl” will reportedly not be considered for hip-hop categories at the Grammys and compete for Best Pop Solo Performance instead, she brought Latto into it—and a long back-and-forth got deeply personal.

“Now, let’s say that ‘Super Freaky Girl’ is a pop song. Let’s just say that. What is [Latto’s] ‘Big Energy’? … If you move ‘Super Freaky Girl’ out of rap and put it in pop, do the same thing for ‘Big Energy,’” the 10-time nominee said in a series of Instagram Live remarks on the confusing potential move by the Recording Academy.

“Same producers on both songs, by the way,” she added. “So let’s keep shit fair.” Controversial superproducer Dr. Luke and Vaughn Oliver are credited on each single.

When a fan tweeted at Nicki to point out Latto “herself has even called it pop,” 39-year-old Minaj wrote, “Yikes.”

A couple hours later Minaj decided to reveal a text from Latto where the latter agreed but “because of where we left off ion think u need to bring my name/song up.” Here Nicki started calling her “Scratch Off” and a “Karen,” writing alongside a screenshot of the text, “This Karen has probably mentioned my name in over 100 interviews. Says she waited in line for Pink Friday w|her Barbie chain on, bangs, pink hair…but today, scratch off decides to be silent; rather than speak up for the black woman she called her biggest inspiration.”

On October 13, Minaj, 39, wrote: "I have no prob being moved out the RAP category as long as we r ALL being treated FAIRLY. If SFG (Super Freaky Girl) has 2B moved out RAP then so does Big Energy!"

"ANY1 who says diff is simply a Nicki hater or a troll," she added. Latto then seemingly responded to Minaj's post, though she did not address her directly, tweeting: "Damn I can't win for losing... all these awards/noms I can't even celebrate."

This is presumably in reference to the American Music Awards as earlier in the day, on October 13, Latto received multiple AMA nominations, including Favorite Hip-Hop Song for "Big Energy."

Minaj and Latto, real name Alyssa Michelle Stephens, then seemingly spoke via Twitter direct messages, but things were brought back onto their public pages when, according to Variety, Minaj posted a screenshot of an apparent DM Latto had sent her. This has since been deleted.

While Latto agreed with Nicki’s sentiments, she went on to text the Barb, saying, “I don’t think you need to bring my name/song up to prove a point.” In true Nicki Minaj fashion, she didn’t hold back with her response. She posted a screenshot of Latto’s message to her, writing, “This Karen has probably mentioned my name in over 100 interviews. Says she waited in line for Pink Friday w|her Barbie chain on, bangs, pink hair…but today, scratch off decides to be silent; rather than speak up for the black woman she called her biggest inspiration.”

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