Nicki Minaj Says She Didn’t Ask To Be In Jessie J’s Song “Bang Bang”

In her remark, Nicki seems unconcerned. “Who gives AF,” she responded. I can't believe I used to care what other people thought of me. You're all making such a scary noise.

Aht, Aht, Aht! Nicki Minaj took some time last night to clarify the air after Glamour magazine released details about her collaboration with Jessie J that she didn’t agree with. The ladies were included in the song “Bang Bang,” which also featured Ariana Grande. In the interview, Jessie J stated that ‘Bang Bang’ was already a well-known song, but she wanted Nicki Minaj to provide a verse. Nicki and Jesse apparently didn’t see things the same way when it came to how the collaboration came about, and Nicki took to Twitter to say she hadn’t heard the song and begged to be featured on it.


“Babe @JessieJ, I didn’t hear the song and asked to be on it,” Nicki tweeted. The label approached me and offered to pay me to be a part of it. How would I have known about this music if it hadn’t been played on the radio?” “Chile, what am I the damn song monitor?” she continued on Twitter. Looking for some tunes, chile? Another musician recently stated the same thing. You have to put an end to it. “I adore you.” Nicki didn’t leave it at that. “Every time Nicki stands up, ya’ll going to call her bitter,” one of her Barbz tweeted. She was cleaning up the mess.”


In her remark, Nicki seems unconcerned. “Who gives AF,” she responded. I can’t believe I used to care what other people thought of me. You’re all making such a scary noise. “Are you all right, babe?” As the Barbz continued to twitter Nicki, one of them resurfaced an old interview with Jesse in which she expressed her desire for Nicki to be included on another song. Nicki also reacted, saying she would have been down if her label had called her, so it appears there is no problem.

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