She took to Twitter to criticize Pusha for harping on the assertions that Drake doesn't write his own lyrics, saying that people have "run that Quentin shit into the fkn ground like Drake don't write 4 himself and others" (referencing the opening verse in Pusha-T's DAYTONA track "Infrared" in which he raps: "The lyric pennin' equal the Trumps winnin' / The bigger question is how the Russians did it / It was written like Nas, but it came from Quentin").
The claims that Quentin Miller ghostwrote for Drake were initially spawned by Minaj's ex-boyfriend Meek Mill, starting a war of words via diss tracks — and we all know who won that battle.
Minaj offered further support to Drizzy, saying, "Ya enemies will remix, reinvent & TRY 2make u RELIVE some old shit for YEARS 2 come when they have NOTHING ON U!"
Her heated tweet ended with a warning to Pusha to "knock it off," reminding him that "challenging the chosen ones only awakens the sleeping giant."
Niggaz gon run that Quentin shit in the fkn ground like Drake don't write 4 himself & OTHERS! Ya enemies will remix, reinvent & TRY 2make u RELIVE some old shit for YEARS 2 come when they have NOTHING ON U! Knock it off. Challenging the chosen ones only awakens the sleeping giant— Chun-Li (@NICKIMINAJ) May 27, 2018
Since "Infrared" dropped on Friday (May 25), Drake has fired already fired back with "Duppy Freestyle" and an invoice for $100,000 addressed to Pusha-T's manager.
Pusha, meanwhile, retorted by simply retweeting Kendrick Lamar's support along with some lyrics from "Infrared."
Of course, this isn't the first rap beef rodeo for Minaj. Last year, she was embroiled in a grizzly feud with Remy Ma. Since then, she's been entangled in an are-they-or-aren't-they-fighting match-up with Cardi B.
Her upcoming album Queen is due out on August 10.