Nicki Minaj got her first number one hit ever earlier this year with controversial rapper Doja Cat. Then she got her second with even more controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Her latest effort is her feature on not-so-controversial rapper A$AP Ferg's cut "Move Ya Hips".
"Move Ya Hips" opened this week at 19, the best debut of Ferg's career.
But that wasn't enough for the Barbz, who believe Ferg stole their girl's mojo by possibly forgetting to submit his website sales and by just not being that hot.
So they tried to cancel him on Twitter with a #Asapfergisoverparty.
I SPENT ALL MY CRACK MONEY ON THIS FUCKING SONG, NOW NICKI DOESNT HAVE ANOTHER NUMBER 1, AND I DONT HAVE MY CRACK, FUCK THIS BULLSHIT #Asapfergisoverparty pic.twitter.com/n4Fq42oqCA— ♛ 𝐵𝓁𝒶𝓀𝑒 ♛ (@blaakeSis) August 10, 2020
me when i catch ferg #AsapFergIsOverParty pic.twitter.com/BDj0Mn1erk— rose || prison era (@rosesgng) August 10, 2020
#Asapfergisoverparty How the fuck can he not submit the website sales. We as the barbz worked extra hard for this but he payed us dust!!! @NICKIMINAJ should work with people with no fan bases. @ASAPferg is an ass,@madeintyo did all the work. pic.twitter.com/2bk39jhaTJ— ASAP FERG IS OVER PARTY!!! (@takashiblue_) August 10, 2020
I know I ain’t buy 78 copies of MYH and been shazaming and streaming all week for Ferg not to submit the sales to billboard @ASAPferg explain ya self clown #Asapfergisoverparty pic.twitter.com/cSuF2IOxQo— 𝔓 𝔈 𝔗 𝔗 𝔜 🇹🇭 (@theepoeticthot) August 10, 2020
asap ferg after seeing a bunch of homeless women tweeting about him #Asapfergisoverparty pic.twitter.com/gSsuK4Z1Cm— Polo G’s Intern🦇⁷³ (@intern_capalot) August 10, 2020
What do you think about all of that?