Nicki Minaj is tired of Twitter: “Just A Bunch of Corny Debates All Day”

Nicki also agrees with fan who advised her to just unfollow people who spread negativity.

Nicki Minaj has been helping Polo G promote his upcoming album – a project that includes a feature from her “For the Love of New York.” It’s a coveted achievement because not everyone can get vocals from Nicki right now, and Nicki has expressed her excitement for her fellow New York artist.

Responses to the collaboration have caused the “Seeing Green” emcee to drop off a few thoughts on Twitter to make sure that the public isn’t misconstruing things. “Chile raise ya hand if u know the diff between a Nicki song & a Nicki feature,” she wrote. “Raise your hand if u know the diff between a mixtape song, album cut & an album single. I-[raised eyebrow emoji] when was the last time I put out an album single? Eat ya food. Can’t wait to bump #ForTheLoveOfNewYork.”

As people responded to that tweet, a fan wanted to know why Nicki was spending more time on TikTok than Twitter. “Cuz Twitter ain’t rlly fun nomo,” she said. “Just a bunch of corny debates all day & night chile… energy is too precious to waste on ppl or things u don’t like. Life is so much more fulfilling when u give ur energy to what & who you love. Imagine talkn bout ya opps all day. Exhausting.”

When another fan advised her to just unfollow people spreading negativity, Nicki agreed. “Word. Any aggy sh*t I see from now on, I’ma hit’m w/that button. Any aggy sh*t retweeted, gon get the same energy. Discussing other ppl gon get that same energy. Talk about them on ya other page. What I miss chile? Oh yea, porn.”

Nicki also made sure that people remember that she’s one of a kind. “And compare me to who chile? Lol. Ain’t a b*tch betta & Ain’t a b*tch badda.” Some believed a few of her tweets were in response to Azealia Banks’s most recent rant. However, we know Nicki for extra extra stuff.

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