Lady Luck Says Nicki Minaj Crossed The Line In Megan Thee Stallion Beef

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Lady Luck supports Nicki Minaj but does not approve of using Megan Thee Stallion’s late mother as fodder in a diss track.

Lady Luck believed Nicki Minaj went too far by repeatedly mentioning Megan Thee Stallion’s late mother on the “Big Foot” diss track. The former Def Jam artist explained why he did not approve of Nicki’s lyrics in an interview with AllHipHop’s Chuck Creekmur.

“I’m [a] diehard Nicki [supporter],” Lady Luck said. “You already know that. I went to war for Nicki and all of that. I think that she’s super dope. That mom thing … that s### stabbed me in the chest. And even if she only said it once. Like, ‘B####, you’re lying on your dead mama.’ That’s a hard ass line. But to make it like a [repeated phrase]. You know I love Nicki. I guess they say all is fair in battle rap and that’s why I’m not into that because that line, it’s rough, man.”

Lady Luck’s mother passed away less than a year ago, which contributed to her distaste for the “Big Foot” lyrics. She wished rap battles were more focused on the art of rapping than trying to antagonize people with incendiary bars.

“What happened to battle rap?” she asked. “I’m not talking about Nicki and Megan right now, but battle rap in general. What happened to y’all being nice? Better metaphors and all of that. It became the tea and who can tell the other one’s personal business more. And that’s not rap to me.”

Lady Luck did not like seeing personal business entering the battle rap arena, but she had no problem airing her own dirty laundry in public. She lambasted family members, friends and more during her interview with AllHipHop. Her grievances included issues with her cousin, whom she felt was not doing enough to maintain Hip-Hop pioneer Sylvia Robinson’s legacy. Robinson is Lady Luck’s great-aunt.

Check out AllHipHop’s conversation with Lady Luck below.