Nicki Minaj has dragged Diddy into her beef with Yung Miami, which erupted Wednesday night (May 24). The issue began with Nicki calling out Miami for using a phrase she claims she has used for a while on her show. In Miami’s Caresha Please podcast she had Summer Walker as a guest recently where Miami is heard saying, “Let’s get into something, chile!” in the preview. Nicki called the “Twerkulator” rapper out on Twitter and let her know that she did not appreciate her “borrowing” her phrase.
“*Hits @Diddy to advise him that a young lady on a show that appears on his network seems to have ‘borrowed’ a very popular #QueenRadio catchphrase*.” Nicki tweeted on Wednesday (May 24). “Puff, who representing u these days chile? I got my s— drafted in my HEAD B!CH @YungMiami305 talkin bout u got into some thangssss. Um chile, anyways, so…[laughing emojis].”
“Nicki @NICKIMINAJ what’s really the problem???” she wrote with a thinking emoji. “Cause I definitely didn’t get that from you LOL [laughing emoji] ‘let’s get into some thing Chile’ actually is a gay slang Lmaooooo.”
Nicki responded: “Caresha now you know damn well [laughing emojis] ‘gay slang’ is the first go-to nowadays. Let’s discuss it on #QueenRadio chile. If not, I’m hittin Puff right now. You know he used to manage me right? Now it’s my man my man my man [laughing emoji] Puff what up? Hit my line chi @Diddy.”
Yung Miami ended the conversation with: “Yeah I’m On my way to his house im Finna call you when I get there.”
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Nicki collabed with Miami’s City Girls partner JT for a remix of “Super Freaky Girl” (Queen Mix) back in September. BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Maliibu Miitch were also featured on the track. However, prior to the remix, Nicki expressed how she would not be interested in working with the City Girls since old tweets surfaced of them criticizing her.
“And the thing is whenever you post something on the internet it’s there forever, whenever you say something in an interview, it’s there forever,” she explained in an interview back in February per HipHopDX. “So as an artist and a human being first, if I, as a regular human, was about to go to dinner with you tonight and then I get something that says, ‘Yo, she don’t really fuck with you like that, she was saying this and she don’t really like you, and she said she hopes you actually never pop or never flourish’… I’m not going out to dinner with you anymore because now I know that I like you but you really don’t like me.”
She added, “That’s just a human way to feel, if you hear somebody was saying things about you — not just one thing — but repeated things, repeated tweets for years, not just one thing … It’s let go. It’s let’s go, but it’s about, why would I work with somebody who doesn’t like me?”