Somehow it was all inspired by Jay-Z’s “4:44.”
There are certainly some albums that could inspire you to lash out at your ex, but we didn’t think Jay-Z’s redemptive new LP 4:44 would be one of them. It appears that Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have exchanged some subliminal shots over Instagram, and it all started with a Nicki caption inspired by Jay’s Tidal exclusive.
Oh so u niggaz gon sit up here & act like #Wifey aint BEEN tell y'all 1. Don't lose the baddest girl in the world. #EricBenet 2. Stop throwing money ya ass ain't rlly got. 3. Stop posting them tired stacks on the gram 😂😂😂😂 oh but when Jay say it it's #bible tho. Bad btchs unite!!!! We ain't BEEN droppin jewels on these niggaz behind closed doors? 😩😂😭😭😭 tuh! 😅😛😘❣️ every girl is making one of these 3 faces at a nigga right now. 😭 womp womp #PrettyGang 💛 #FAX
Making reference to Jay’s vow to “never go Eric Benet” and lose the “baddest girl in the world,” Nicki threw out some advice of her own. “Oh so u n***az gon sit up here & act like #Wifeyaint BEEN telly’all 1. Don’t lose the baddest girl in the world. #EricBenet 2. Stop throwing money ya ass ain’trlly got. 3. Stop posting them tired stacks on the gram oh but when Jay say it it’s #bible tho… We ain’t BEEN droppin jewels on these n***az behind closed doors?” she wrote in a post that some assumed to be directed at Meek. Judging by the Philly rapper’s since-deleted post, he was among them.
Meek shared what seemed to be a response to Nicki’s remarks shortly thereafter, calling out “fake b***es,” before seemingly making some threats in his hashtags. “Fake skin color… fake weaves…. fake ass … fake mileage … fake nails…. fake friends etc … can somebody speak up,” he wrote. “When you finally see them without everything on n***as be sick forreal #dontmakeme #youknowimsavage #howdareyou.”
Of course, no names were used within either caption. While Meek’s post has been deleted, Nicki’s remains. Read the full posts above.
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This is not the first time the rappers have clashed since their breakup last year. In May, Meek seemed to diss Nicki on a track from his Meekend Music EP. The two have also been observed taking indirect jabs at one another on Instagram in the past.