Nicki Minaj Reignites Miley Cyrus Beef, Reveals She and BF Obtain Marriage License
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The self-proclaimed black Barbie also drops another bombshell in a recent episode of Queen Radio as she accuses Miley of performing sex acts on producer Mike WiLL Made-It during their recording sessions.

AceShowbiz - Apparently, the beef is still on. Nicki Minaj once again took a jab at foe Miley Cyrus in a recent episode of Queen Radio.

In the Friday, June 21 episode of her radio, the "Megatron" raptress called out Miley before comparing the "Malibu" singer's body to chicken. "Perdue chickens can never talk s**t about queens," Nicki said, referencing some comments Miley made about her back in 2015. "She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason."

The self-proclaimed black Barbie aLso accused Miley of performing sex acts on producer Mike WiLL Made It during their recording sessions. "I had just seen her after she sucked Mike WiLL's d**k in the studio... now you coming out with pink wigs, all you b****es wanna be Nicki," the 36-year-old star, who was joined by Trina and Blac Chyna in the episode, explained.

Fans were surprised by the revelation as they thought Nicki was shading Cardi B with her lyrics that read, "I ain't never have to give a rap producer h**d."

Miley, meanwhile, has yet to respond to Nicki's diss.

Nicki's comment arrives nearly four years after her and Miley's infamous back-and-forth at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. At the award-giving event, Nicki confronted Miley for her past interview remarks. However, Miley's newest single "Cattitude" was probably the one that provoked Nicki.

On the song, Miley name-dropped both Nicki and the latter's rival Cardi. Praising the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker, Miley sang, "I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi." Despite the lyrics, the "We Can't Stop" hitmaker has since debunked the rumors in an interview and disclosed the real meaning behind the eyebrow-raising lyrics.

Miley explained her lyrics during a radio interview, "Actually, one of my songs says, 'You want to know if we're really beefing? There's no beef; I'm a vegan.' I think that you're allowed to enjoy two artists who fill a similar lane. And I just always grew up collaborating with [Selena Gomez] and Demi Lovato], and there was never competition. [Ariana Grande] is one of my best friends."

Back to Nicki's Queen radio appearance, the Young Money female emcee also revealed that she and her boyfriend have obtained a marriage license.

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