Did rap star Nicki Minaj just diss Wichita on her new album?

Nicki Minaj added to list of VMA performers

Nicki Minaj added to list of VMA performers

Taking aim on Barbie Dreams, Nicki uses her longtime relationship with Drake, which endured a tumultuous time during his fierce beef with Meek Mill, as ammunition on her new track.

Earlier this year Urban Islandz reported that Nicki Minaj recorded a song dissing Meek Mill. While there's plenty in the lyrics to raise an eyebrow or ten, the song people are really focusing on is "Barbie Dreams", where she slams nearly as many rappers as were thrown under the bus during the "Hip-Hop Mean Tweets" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night.

Drake, Eminem, 50 Cent, Meek Mill and DJ Khaled all feature on the track, and Nicki accuses a number of the rappers for trying to have sex with her. But unlike, say, Pusha T's vicious diss track against Drake, "The Story of Adidon," "Barbie Dreams" is lighthearted and amusing, a point Minaj stressed on Beats 1. That's the one. #queenradio", one fan tweeted while another added, "Meek still be in them DMs but we been knew that! "Y'all thought I was finished?" headass".

In Nicki's version, which released in 2007, she raps over the "Dreams" instrumental and drops three minutes of sexually charged bars, name-dropping mid-2000s (mainly New York-based) hip-hop acts including Red Cafe, Dipset's J.R. Writer and Hell Rell, and Gillie Da Kid. Listen to the song "Barbie Dreams" below.

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