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Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma are beefing right now and dear god nobody was ready for all the shade

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Hope you’re hungry, because Nicki Minaj is serving up some prime, grade-A beef between her and fellow rapper Remy Ma, and we were all unprepared.

The internet went into collective freakout mode on Thursday night after rapper Gucci Mane released a new track, “Make Love,” featuring Nicki Minaj. 

On the track Nicki raps: 

Oooohhh, oh you the qu-e-e-the queen of this here?/

One platinum plaque, album flopped, bitch, where? (bitch, where?)…

You see, silly rabbit, to be the queen of rap/ 

You gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques.

Little background, here: Nicki Minaj has famously declared herself the Queen of Rap, on several occasions—including but not limited to her feature on Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side” (“I’m the queen of rap, young Ariana run pop“) and her feature on Rae Sremmurd’s “No Flex Zone – Remix” (“Run this game for 5 years/ guess that’s why my feet hurt…Yes, I am an icon, that’s me on your t-shirt“). Read more…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda drops pitch-perfect 'West Wing' tribute rap

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Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda and Aaron Sorkin, the creator of The West Wing, have a lot in common.

They’re both fiery wordsmiths, well-known for their ability to write spellbinding swathes of dialogue, not to mention their shared fascination with American politics.

Given those similarities, it seemed inevitable that their minds would meet. And now they have (sort of) in the form of a truly impressive West Wing rap produced by the West Wing Weekly podcast and featuring Miranda on the mic.

Borrowing fictional President Josiah “Jed” Bartlet’s “What’s next?” catchphrase for its title and basic structure, the song lays the in-jokes and character call-outs on thick.  Read more…

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