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Hitmaka Calls Nicki Minaj Out

Hitmaka Calls Nicki Minaj Out

Hitmaka Calls Nicki Minaj Out. Nicki Minaj made some interesting comments on a recent episode of Queen Radio. Now, she faces backlash.

Nicki Minaj Called Out By Hitmaka

Hitmaka Calls Nicki Minaj Out. Recently, the Queens rapper released her Super Freaky Girl remix. While promoting the single on Queen Radio, she shared her thoughts on todays ghostwriters.

Certainly, Nicki has a distinctive sound. But it’s no secret many compared her to Lil Kim throughout the years. Mostly due to her sexy, risqué appearance.

Interestingly, she believes most writers draw inspiration from her. Who knows exactly what she means, but here’s some specific commentary:

“It’s because everybody that is a ghostwriter right now in Hip Hop that is writing for any female, not just the artist, but the ghostwriter is a Nicki fan, too.”

Honestly, it makes perfect sense for fresh faces to have been inspired by someone who came before them. However, is the Grammy-winning rapper insinuating that every girl bites her sound a bit of a reach?

Well, the Pink Friday artist strongly believes ghostwriters ask WWND (What Would Nicki Do?) And condemns anyone who thinks otherwise. In fact, she blatantly states they’re just plain dumb.

“Every ghostwriter that writes for women, before they write that muthafuckin’ verse, they think, ‘What would Nicki Minaj say?’ And if you disagree with that or dispute that, you’re fucking dumb.”

Clearly, Hitmaka doesn’t agree. The super producer inserted his own two cents in the comments.

“Disagree. She got her own flow can’t be duplicated I can’t name a girl who sound like Nick. And I’ve worked with every girl.”

She has yet to acknowledge the disputes. Additionally, the Super Freaky Girl remix is fully loaded. It features verses from JT of the City Girls, and BIA to name a few.

Do you think Nicki is the blueprint?

Hitmaka Calls Nicki Minaj Out

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