(AllHipHop News) Some listeners felt Nicki Minaj took several subliminal shots at Cardi B on the Queen LP. Rap followers are now questioning if Nicki aimed at Cardi again on a new record.
On Friday, Future and Juice WRLD released their joint project WRLD ON DRUGS. A track titled "Transformer" features a verse from Minaj with some bars that could be directed at the Bronx native.
"Four albums in, pull a milli for a show. While these b*tches is serving Milli Vanilli on the low," says Nicki referring to the German R&B/Pop duo that was forced to give back the 1990 Best New Artist Grammy Award because they didn't sing any of the vocals on their songs.
Cardi has been accused of using "ghostwriters" to pen her lyrics. The Atlantic recording artist has admitted to working with Pardison Fontaine. The New York-based songwriter is credited on Cardi's Invasion of Privacy album under his birth name Jordan Thorpe.
On "Transformer," Nicki also raps, "I'm still the bad guy, I am a Decepticon. Some call me Nicki but some call me Megatron. I'm stopping bags and I don't need a red octagon." Cardi is one of the artists that has accused Minaj of pulling stunts behind the scenes in order to hurt her career, aka "stopping bags."
Last month, celebrity blogger Jason Lee reported that Nicki Minaj threatened to remove Future from her upcoming tour if he agreed to appear on Cardi's Invasion of Privacy record "Drip." A reference track of Future's alleged verse for that song circulated online.