Published Aug 10, 2018After some bumps in the road, Nicki Minaj just released her hotly anticipated album Queen, and the internet is predictably blowing up. The song that's making an immediate splash is "Barbie Dreams," a graphic sex jam that takes shots at some very famous male rappers. This includes (mostly very sexual) lyrics about Drake, Meek Mill, 50 Cent, Fetty Wap, Quavo, Young Thug, Desiigner, DJ Khaled, Eminem and more.
50 Cent takes a particularly harsh beating, as Nicki mocks his megalomania and sexual prowess: "But if he can't fuck three times a night, peace / I tried to fuck 50 for a powerful hour / All the n**** wanna do is talk power for hours."
Minaj also mocks her ex Meek Mill, accusing him of still messaging her through social media: "Meek still be in my DMs, I be having to dump him / I used to pray for times like this / Face ass when I fuck him."
As for Meek's longtime rival Drake, Minaj has this to say: "Drake worth a hundred milli, always buying me shit / But I don't know, the pussy better if he's crying and shit."
DJ Khaled gets trolled for his anti-oral sex stance, as Minaj raps, "Had to cancel DJ Khaled, boy, we ain't speaking / Ain't no fat n**** telling me what he ain't eating." Somewhere, Smash Mouth are nodding with approval.
Young Thug also gets mocked for cross-dressing and lisping: "Used to fuck with Young Thug, I ain't addressing this shit / I caught him in my dressing rooms stealing dresses and shit / I used to give this n**** with a lisp testers and shit / How you want the pussy? Can't say your s's and shit."
Keeping the disses coming, 6ix9ine gets a mention in a line that name-checks Kanye West and Kim Kardashian: "Tekashi wanna ménage, I said tre-way / Curved him and went the Kim and Kanye way."
Nicki also addresses her alleged relationship with Eminem, and she seems quashes the rumours with this line: "Em, cop the Barbie Dreamhouse and you can play the part / I ain't tryna bust it open in the trailer park."
There are plenty more references in the track, and it's a truly wild (and graphically sexual) ride. Listen to the song below. Queen is out now, and you can stream the entire album here.