Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj had the Internet going haywire when people learned they'd be dropping a joint song called "TROLLZ."
The visuals came out yesterday. But even before the cut was released, people criticized Minaj for working with the Brooklyn rapper, since he's been cancelled by many for working with the feds.
Joe Budden had a problem with Tekashi and Nicki saying that part of the single's proceeds will go to an organization that helps low-income individuals pay bail. Jim Jones also sent a shot at The Pinkprint rapper for working with Tekashi.
Nicki responded to the negative chatter during an IG Live chat with the house arrested-artist and broke down the difference between street dudes and rappers.
"Street n*ggas have every right to feel how they wanna feel about snitchin' because they live that life," she explained. "I feel rappers need to play it easy because everybody mingles and integrates with everybody, and if a top executive rat called one of you unsigned rappers right now to sign y'all, y'all signing."
"So let's be clear when we talk about rappers versus street n*ggas," Nicki went on. "It's rappers that put guns they ain't never bust a day in they life in the music all the motherf*cking time, so we're not talking about rappers. I feel street n*ggas have a right to feel how they wanna motherf*ckin' feel because they in the field and you know, I'm not on the block with 6ix9ine .. We not on the block. None of you n*ggas is on the block!
Do you agree with Nicki?