It's no surprise, then, that the rapper and newly minted Wilhelmina model seemed unimpressed by the reaction her latest selfie received from her Barbz. She wanted them to fawn over her fancy blonde wig; they more or less told her to stop playing around and get back in the recording studio.
It all started with this Instagram.
The Barbz weren't here to talk about hair.
"Blondes have more fun recording an album, no [sic] GO SIS," one fan commented on the photo.
Minaj not only noticed the comment, she "liked" it, too. But she also called it out in a tweet that seemed both playful and annoyed, depending on your interpretation of her chosen emojis.
"I asked if blondes have more fun, somebody commented: Blondes have more fun recording an album now GO SIS!" Minaj tweeted. "I'm tired of being bullied."
While it's hard to gauge how serious Minaj's tweet was, some fans got a bit prickly about the bullying accusation. In their defense, asking their favorite recording artist to make new music so she can dive Scrooge McDuck-style into their hard-earned cash is pretty minor compared to typical troll behavior, or any of the accusations flung her way by her rap nemesis Ma on "shETHER".
Truthfully, it all seems to be out of love. Minaj herself has "liked" many of the comments pushing her to get busy on that fourth album of hers, and the Barbz just their girl back on the charts. Getting that album out is a win-win situation for us all.