The Queen of Rap dropped a single on Monday, just several days after the H-Town Hottie shared her incendiary song "Hiss" on Friday
Just three days after Hot Girl Meg, 28, released her latest single “Hiss” — a fierce track criticizing her haters, which fans have speculated includes a line targeting Minaj — the “Super Bass” rapper, 41, is firing back with an all-new diss track.
On Monday, the rap superstar dropped the one-off single “Big Foot,” which she has revealed in multiple posts across social media is directly aimed at the H-Town Hottie and a follow-up to the song she released on Friday.
Throughout “Hiss,” the Grammy winner asserts her dominance over those who have tried to bring her down and addresses artists who have spoken about her in the media. But “Big Foot” seemingly comes as a direct response to one verse that mentions Megan’s Law, the policy that requires sex offenders to register with the state, as Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty is a level two sex offender in New York state. (Petty, 45, served four years in prison after being convicted of attempted rape in the first degree in April 1995 for an assault the previous year of a then-16-year-old girl.)
The Pink Friday 2 star’s new song sees her channeling her rage-fueled alter ego Roman, making accusations about Megan Thee Stallion and referring to her mother’s death and how she was shot in the foot by Tory Lanez in 2020. (Lanez was sentenced to 10 years in prison for assaulting the hip-hop star last year.)
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“Big foot, but you still a small fry / Swearin' on your dead mother when you lie,” Minaj raps, as a nod to the “Cobra” rapper’s late mother, who was diagnosed with brain cancer and died in 2019.
The “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” artist then seemingly brings up cheating allegations the “Body” rapper made about her ex-boyfriend, rapper Pardison Fontaine, and the shooting that she survived: “This lil' beggin' w---- talkin' 'bout Megan's law / For a free beat, you could hit Megan raw / If you a ghost writer, Pardi in Megan jaw / Shots thrown, but I still ain't let Megan score / Bad bitch, she like six foot, I call her Big Foot / The bitch fell off, I said, "Get up on your good foot.”
Before the outro in which Minaj teases there’s a second installment to the diss track, she repeats, “Lyin' on your dead mama, on-on your dead mama.”
“Ho, the things that you've lied about / Even pertaining to your mom / You don't want them out, okay? / Now, since you think it's funny to speak about people's families / We'll all join in / We'll all play the reindeer games,” the “Super Freaky Girl” artist says near the end of the song.
Minaj originally teased “Big Foot” almost immediately after “Hiss” dropped on Friday at midnight. At the time, the rap superstar went on Instagram Live and shared a snippet of the song with its title, which fans recorded and shared on social media.
It is unclear where the feud between Megan Thee Stallion and Minaj originally stems from, as they previously worked together on 2019’s “Hot Girl Summer,” although some fans speculate that the two fell out after Megan teamed up with Cardi B on “WAP.”
The “Savage” rapper, meanwhile, has continued to promote “Hiss” on social media and has not revealed who specifically the song is about.
On Friday's episode of The Breakfast Club, Megan said that the song was simply directed at anyone who uses her name to "get 24 hours of attention." She said, "I’m saying, a hit dog gon’ holler. That’s it. Whoever feel it, feel it.”
The only time Meg seemed to respond to Minaj was when she shared a photo of herself laughing to her Instagram Story on Friday shortly after the initial Instagram Live aired.
The incendiary “Hiss” dropped on Friday, along with its music video. The venomous single followed “Cobra,” which arrived late last year and marked Megan Thee Stallion’s first release as an independent artist.
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