The Barbz Are Not Alright…

Now there is a lot of context missing, but frankly, I would need this whole page to get into it. So let’s talk about “HISS,” the most recent Megan Thee Stallion (she/her) track. Now, I wouldn’t classify this as a diss track, as it seems to come for a lot of different people in the industry. But one line has set the internet on fire. “These h*es don’t be mad at Megan / These h*es mad at Megan’s Law.”

This is referring to the law that legally requires sex offenders to make themselves known to their neighbors. So when Nicki Minaj (she/her) hopped on live saying that it was about her… she was telling on herself.

Yes, Nicki is married to a sex offender on top of defending her brother to the public, who is also a sex offender. This line could have been a general diss to many people in the music industry, but Nicki took it upon herself to release “BIGFOOT,”  her response to Megan, which was… making fun of her physical appearance and shooting? Great rebuttal Nicki.

The worst part of all this? The Barbz. If you are a Nicki stan, please don’t doxx me, but if you cannot criticize your fave, you are part of the problem! Her stans have been leaking information about people who speak out against the issue online but can not see that how Nicki is acting is largely problematic. Just recently, Nicki told us that Ben Shapiro (he/him), famous zionist, misogynist, homophobe, transphobe, racist… (need I go on?) actually has a lot of good points. Where were the Barbz? Her fanbase made up of mostly queer and BIPOC people? Silent! 

But as soon as someone says, “Hey guys, I think Nicki is being a little problematic right now,” they have Barbz in their comments saying very harmful things? I don’t know guys, if I were a Nicki stan I’d be pretty embarrassed right now.

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