Even though Brooklyn and Queens connected on the track and visual, it was anything but traditional Big Apple hip-hop. At least one person though, was paying attention to the song’s lyrics, and is giving props.
Safaree apparently checked out the latest song feature from his ex and particularly liked a bar Minaj spit on it. “Ayo I ain't no hater so I gotta say that line ‘Ac just stop working so they hit me told me bring my wrist back’ is soooo hard hahah I love Icy talk i can totally relate,” he wrote on Twitter. “Good job Nicki."
Ayo I ain't no hater so I gotta say that line "Ac just stop working so they hit me told me bring my wrist back" is soooo hard 😂 hahah I love Icy talk i can totally relate ❄️🌬😂 Good job Nicki ‼️— @IAMSAFAREE (@IAMSAFAREE) July 28, 2018
If you can get past the, let’s say “different,” elements “FeFe” presents, Nicki does say some ish on it.
Safaree’s comments do kind of come as a surprise though. Since breaking up, the two have been caught going back-and-forth negatively in public on numerous occasions. It’s nice to see something positive come out of either one of them about the other.
Watch the video for “FeFe” below.
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