The Nicki Minaj hate train made a stop on Hollywood’s fashion industry turf in the midst of her Cardi B internet war earlier this week, and a few of the most surprising faces came to the Queen rapper’s rescue.
From her fellow Queens flag bearer 50 Cent, to previously rumored femcee foe Iggy Azalea, to British pop star group Little Mix, receipts were printed and lies were exposed. But not everyone agreed with how Nicki went about doing so, such as Stefflon Don, London’s newest arrival to the ladies’ hip-hop scene. The 2018 XXL freshman expressed her disappointment directly to the “Barbie Dreams” artist via The Shade Room after Nicki brought up the alleged a**-whooping that her close friend Rah Ali threw down on Bardi. The comments immediately snatched the necks of Nicki fans everywhere, and before we knew it, another Barbie battle unleashed right before the internet’s eyes.
“I’m disappointed in you so many people look up to you show us better.” At the drop of a dime, the Barbz Army bum-rushed it to the “Hurtin’ Me” rapper’s socials with swords drawn and in defense of their Young Money queen. But their attacks didn’t go unretaliated, as Stefflon took to her Instagram Story next for more biting words against the Barbie kingdom. “Got something for these dutty GARBS I mean Barbs soon,” she addressed.
Ironically, she sent another warning that echoed the critique she gave Ms. Minaj. “These [people] are crazy the way I would love to slap one of dem,” she added. “STEFF SAYS WHAT THE F**K STEFF WANTS TO SAY! Do I look like a puppet b**ches wanna act like they 10 [and] yes I will say something about it YES I said I’m disappointed in her [why?] because the gyal old enough to be someone’s grandmother.”
Steff went on to say that she despises “black-[hearted]” people, and knows what it’s like to come from the bottom to the top only to be forced into wars against people who want to snatch it all away.
Unfortunately, they don’t seem to be letting their foot up on Stefflon’s neck anytime soon either.
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