Sis, Just Stop: Nicki Minaj Says Megan Thee Stallion ‘Wanted A Rihanna Moment’ After Tory Lanez Shooting

Minaj is–once again–making light of domestic abuse suffered by Black women.

Just when you think Nicki Minaj’s one-sided tirade against Megan Thee Stallion couldn’t get any more unhinged, she somehow manages to become more disgraceful by the second. In addition to claiming Meg was never really shot by Tory and ridiculing her injuries, Minaj brought Rihanna into the mix.


On Jan. 31, Minaj was a guest on Joe Budden’s Spaces, an audio forum for X/Twitter. Budden has called himself a fan of Nicki in the past and has also gone after Meg on his eponymous podcast show for literally no reason. The “Pink Friday 2″ rapper knew this was simply a chance to further trash Meg and go unchecked.

The talk was around 40 minutes long, and Minaj stated that Roc Nation (the company that manages Megan) has launched a damning campaign against her. She also discussed Pardison Fontaine’s bizarre diss track against Meg entitled “Thee Person.”

The most alarming part of her Spaces appearance was that Nicki said Meg went on Gayle King to talk about being shot by Tory Lanez back in 2020 to desperately seek attention. She then compared her to the “Anti” singer. “It’s so obvious,” Minaj stated. “[Megan] wanted a Rihanna moment so bad.”

The emcee was referring to Chris Brown assaulting Rihanna in 2009, with Rih doing an emotional interview with ABC News months after it occurred. “Rihanna never would milk…” Minaj began to explain. “You could tell she couldn’t wait to try to move on with her life. And then people even bashed her for not milking it.”

Minaj also insisted that her ridiculous antics aren’t ruining her career and that it’s just who she is. “I understand that it’s confusing and chaotic and [people] don’t understand my personality,” Minaj continued. “When people see me tweeting they think I’m tweeting like this…No, I’m actually rolling on the floor laughing most of the time.”

It has been almost a week since Meg dropped “Hiss.” She has gone on to announce a new album and tour while Nicki continues mock Black women who survived domestic abuse as she spirals out of control. There is one clear winner in this supposed beef—and it’s definitely not the latter.