Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj Accused of Faking Feud for Streams by Tokyo Toni

The mother of Blac Chyna goes public with her allegation against Megan and Nicki after the 'Girls in the Hood' rapper's latest single 'Hiss' made its No. 1 debut on Billboard 100.

AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj may not actually be in a feud, according to Tokyo Toni. The "Girls in the Hood" rapper and the "Barbie World" spitter were accused of faking their beef by the mother of Blac Chyna.

The 52-year-old entrepreneur, who previously released a freestyle on which she appeared to diss Megan, went public with her accusation via TikTok on Monday, February 5. She uploaded a video wherein she expressed her anger upon learning of Megan and Nicky's alleged made-up feud.

In the clip, Tokyo stated, "I got the f**king phone call, b***h. Both of y'all b***hes. I got the motherf**king phone call, b***h, and the recording that y'all was bulls**tting." She went on to point out, "That y'all two b***hes did that s**t for streams. Yes, you did, b***h." Tokyo did not offer any further information in the caption of the footage.

The allegation came more than one week after the tension between Megan and Nicki started. On January 26, Megan released her latest single titled "Hiss", which is believed to be a diss track against Nicki. On the song, Megan mentions Megan's Law, a federal law requiring law enforcement to publicly share information about registered sex offenders. She seemingly was dissing Nicki's husband Kenneth Petty, who is a registered sex offender.

Around two days later, Nicki unleashed a song titled "Big Foot", on which she raps about Megan's late mother Holly. She raps, " 'Cause she was lyin' on your dead mama (Ooh), on-on your dead mama (Ah-ah-ah-ah)/ Lyin' on your dead mama, on-on your dead mama."

Since then, the feud has gotten worse. Nicki's fans, Barbz, reportedly shared the address of Holly's grave at Paradise Cemetery South in Texas and threatened to "desecrate" the grave. On January 30, it was revealed that the gravesite has "increased security personnel at their facility." Later on, the address of Nicki's late father Robert Maraj's grave in Utica, New York was unveiled on social media by Cardi B's fans.

It took less than two weeks for Megan's newly-released single "Hiss" to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 100 chart. Upon learning that the track made its No. 1 debut, she celebrated by twerking, drinking and dancing with a man during an Instagram Live.

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