“Thank you for the continued support,” she writes, to fans and Barbz alike. “I never see the men on this list being disrespected. I’ll continue to keep my integrity & push my pen. It’s a promise I made to myself in ’07 when I was selling my tapes out my trunk.” It’s certainly an interesting take, and one that likely holds validity. Would a prominent network ever take such a loaded stance against Drake, in the midst of the Pusha T beef, for instance? All things considered, it’s good to see Nicki staying motivated, and should she feel compelled to vent in the booth, it would only be to the game’s benefit.
For added emphasis, Minaj shared a look at the decade’s top five bestselling emcees: Drake, herself, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole. All things considered, the Young Money brand was, and is, an unbreakable entity.