This all began Friday when Megan Thee Stallion delivered her latest “Hiss” which fired back at critics from the Tory Lanez trial. The latest single picks up where “Cobra” let off while going off on haters.
Megan leaves no prisoners in the latest track, even going after ex-boyfriend Pardison Fontaine claiming (“He can’t move on, can’t let it go/He hooked, nose full of that Tina Snow). Fans believe she also went on to throw some remarks at Nicki Minaj and husband Kenneth Petty.
In the track, Megan raps, “These h**s don’t be mad at Megan, these hoes mad at Megan’s Law/I don’t really know what the problem is, but I guarantee y’all don’t want me to start/Bitch, you a p***y!”
For context, Minaj’s husband is a registered sex offender. The song makes reference to “Megan’s Law,” a law that makes it so law enforcement has to make sex offenders public in their neighborhoods.
Fans pointed out the venomous lyrics coinciding with the rapper’s first name, and there is even another line that mentions R. Kelly. Some believe it also may be a connection to shading Nicki, but the connection still isn’t entirely clear.
From there, Nicki Minaj fought back after the song dropped, liking several anti-Megan tweets, including those that made fun of the size of her feet.
Minaj even previewed a track of her own, which has not been released or named yet, that she recorded immediately after hearing Megan’s new track.
One line in particular caught people’s attention — Nicki raps, “Bad b—- she like 6 foot, I call her bigfoot // the b—- fell off, I said get up on your good foot.”
The lyric in reference jabs at Megan being shot by Tory Lanez, which some think is taking it too far.
In the wake of all this … #Bigfoot soon became a trending topic on X, and Nicki hissed back further at Megan on Instagram.
Megan posted on Instagram stories laughing at the drama she caused online, but Minaj claims to have the last laugh seeing her name trend online.