Contributing writer Bryan Rolli hopped aboard the Nicki Minaj hate train on Wednesday (July 25) by way of business and finance world magazine Forbes with a scorching, anti-Barb smear campaign titled “Nicki Minaj’s ‘Queen’ Rollout Reeks Of Desperation And Hypocrisy.”
In the article, Rolli blitzes out a full-blown keyboard attack against the head Barb and her not-yet-released Queen album, blasting her latest “FEFE” collaboration with controversial Brooklyn rapper Tekashi6ix9ine, slamming her “Bed” single with Ariana Grande for its struggle to a Billboard chart seat, and (of course) drags Bronx femcee star Cardi B into the mix. Despite the blazing ascension of Nicki’s early “Chun-Li” single, Rolli claims she’s “still chasing the success” of the currently gold-certified record. He later defended his stance via Facebook, switching his social media accounts to private and patting himself on the back for “talking smack,” as he put it, against Nicki.
Just as sure as the sky is blue, the contributing writer’s lambasting set Nicki’s hip-hop kingdom ablaze, as Barbs everywhere rushed to their infantry positions to defend the Queen rapper.
Meanwhile, Nicki’s got two words and one mood for it all.
Consequently, readers everywhere fired back at the publication for the practical lynch mobbing against her.
“Because what the heck would you do if you found out she’s going tour with a life-size Skittle with face tattoos?” Rolli wrote, conveniently failing to mention that the “NickiHndrxx Tour” he’s found such malice with not only belongs to Nicki, but her co-headliner and Atlanta rap star Future as well.
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