Over the weekend, journalist Warren Stocker accused Nicki Minaj of not supporting female emcees. Minaj stated that the journalist's opinion is incorrect.
"Nicki would never," Stocker wrote. "I'm so here for Cardi supporting these women in the industry. Y'all love to act like the only female MCs are the ones taking off they clothes. There is a diversity of artists out there. You just have to be willing to find them and then support them!"
After reading Stocker's tweet, the Queen rapper explained that throughout her career she's given credit where it's due. "Clown tingz. Keep my d- out y'all mouth," she wrote. "6 days ago NICKI started posting DIFF FEMALE RAPPERS ON HER PAGE. B-es who write raps & respect an authentic come up. Yesterday y'all started this clown convo. Don't fkn mention me."
In another tweet, Minaj explained that she is still at the top of her game, despite the opinion of some naysayers. "I'm the fkng GOAT. anybody who don't know that," she wrote.
Jermaine Dupri's recent interview has caused a lot of controversy regarding female rappers of today. "I feel they're all rapping about the same thing," he said. "I don't think they're showing us who's the best rapper. For me, it's like strippers rapping and as far as rap goes I'm not getting who's the best."
Cardi B responded to Dupri's comments by listing female rappers that do spit about diverse topics. "Let me tell you about some rappers that are really f--king dope, that be rapping they ass off, and I don't feel like they get the recognition that they deserve," Cardi began. "Tierra Whack, Kamaiyah, Rapsody, there's this girl called Oranika..."
Over the weekend, Meek Mill chimed in and stated that Tierra Whack is the best female rapper in the world.