One Of Nicki Minaj's Exes Has A Priceless Reaction To Quavo's Song About Sleeping With Her...

performs onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City.

One Of Nicki Minaj's Exes Has A Priceless Reaction To Quavo's Song About Sleeping With Her...

Totally wasn't expecting that one...

Published October 12, 2018

While trap heads and Migos stans alike continue bumping the other 18 tracks of the spanking-new Quavo Huncho album, the rest of the internet is still picking their jaws off the ground from its Nicki Minaj-trolling “Huncho Dreams” track.

We didn’t quite expect to see Nicki’s ex-boyfriend of 12 years and former creative partner Safaree jamming out to Quavo’s raunchy bars about his fantasies of bedding the Queen femcee, snatching her weave off and “skeet-skeeting” all over the place.

But in 2018, here we are…

  1. Quavo goes hard-core for his trap rendition of Nicki’s ‘Barbie Dreams’ hit

    ICYMI, the Migos rap star apparently took a few notes from the Queen single where Nicki unloads her lyrical chopper off on some of the biggest names of the hip-hop player’s circle. For “Huncho Dreams,” Quavious zeroes in only on Nicki though, musing over his version of how things might go down between the sheets with her and drooling over his Barbie cravings.

  2. But while the song is dedicated to the one and only Ms. Minaj, she isn’t the only one Quavo name-drops…

    “If I hurt your feelings, I am truly sorry,” he raps. “I’m straight out the jungle, no safari.” The shot struck straight through to the man of the hour (or bar, rather) himself. And to probably no one’s surprise, Safaree posted a video of himself jamming out to the shout-out on Instagram. “I’ll take it,” he said. “Funny thing is I was waiting for this Quavo huncho album to drop…Sh** 🔥🔥.”

    Well, you’ve got Safaree’s vote, Mr. Huncho. But just out of sheer curiosity, has anyone spoken to the queen today?  

    Check out Safaree’s rating for “Huncho Dreams” below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images)


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