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Nicki Minaj Compares Herself To Harriet Tubman, Twitter Says She’s Been Wrong

Nicki Minaj Compares Herself To Harriet Tubman, Twitter Says She’s Been Wrong

Nicki Minaj Compares Herself To Harriet Tubman, Twitter Says She's Been Wrong
Source: YouTube
Nicki Minaj Compares Herself To Harriet Tubman, Twitter Says She's Been Wrong
Source: YouTube

After apparently blaming Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner over sales for her recently-released album Queen, Nicki Minaj has now taken to Twitter to compare herself to the revolutionary abolitionist and activist Harriet Tubman.

“All the QUEENS I remember, SHOOK SHIT UP!!!!!!!! Queen of the week may go to HARRIET TUBMAN!!!!!! Had she just sat there & ate her rice, you niggaz history would’ve been a lot less triumphant,” Minaj tweeted.

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Inevitably, Twitter came with the jokes.

https://twitter.com/JasMoneyRecords/status/1031621907802718208

Minaj also called out Spotify, claiming that the music streaming service canceled a portion of advertising for her album’s rollout after she played her music early on Apple’s Beats 1.

“Spotify had to teach me a lesson but rewarded the man who has had an Apple radio show the longest; inadvertently helping the Apple platform the most. Oh I can’t wait for on Tuesday. They took away my promotion they had promised for the 1st cpl days b/c of this. ,” the rapper tweeted.

“My music went up on Apple so I played it. I assumed it was on Spotify & Tidal at the same time. Spotify said that Apple tweeted fans advising was up & therefore they had to teach me a lesson. But PRAISE BE TO GOD!!!!!!,” Minaj added.

Queen debuted at no. 2 on the Billboard 200. The album features appearances from Future, Eminem, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, Ariana Grande, and a pleasant surprise appearance from Foxy Brown.

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