Nicki Minaj Upsets LGBTQ+ Community After Claiming She’s No Longer Bi

Nicki Minaj made some statements on the remix to Doja Cat’s “Say So”. On the song, the Trinidadian raptress could be heard rapping about her current sexuality after coming out as bisexual five years ago.

“I use to be bi now I’m hetero,” the star, who is now married to Kenneth Petty, rapped. That apparently upset the LGBTQ+ community, who later accused the “Anaconda” rapper of using the community for clout.

According to MTO News, many LGBTQ+ activists slammed Nicki on Twitter. They urged everyone to stop supporting “clout chasing frauds,’ like Nicki and start calling them out.

Nicki has yet to respond to the criticism.

That isn’t the only controversial lyrics on the new remix. Nicki sparked speculations that she was dissing Beyonce Knowles in the outro of the retro-grooving pop song. “That real a** ain’t keep your n***a home,” so she spitted the bars. “it can’t be about any other rap girls because we all know their ass fake and been fake. so what is this? is she really taking shots at bey? because this one will dead her career.”

Some others suggested that it’s could be about either Beyonce or Megan Thee Stallion. One of them weighed in, “It’s between meg and Beyonce. And now that I think about it meg dosent have fillers. Beyonce might.”

Another speculations mentioned that Nicki might be throwing a jab at TV host Wendy Williams, who has been critical towards Nicki’s marriage to Kenneth. “The way Nicki dragged Miss Wendy P Williams so effortlessly #SaySoRMX,” one person commented after listening to the new song. “NICKI DEVOURED THE F**K OUTTA THAT SONG #SaySoRMX,” another tweeted, along with a clip of Wendy on her show.

While she stayed mum about other speculations, the “Starships” raptress took to Instagram to debunk the rumors of the alleged Wendy diss. “The line ain’t about Wendy tho,” so she clarified.

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