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Coi Leray Claims Someone Is Out To Harm Her Career!

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Recently a war between some female rappers broke out on Twitter, and many believe the legendary Nicki Minaj took a jab at her “Blick Blick” collaborator, Coi Leray. Since then Coi has been on the radar as she feels someone is trying to hurt her career.

According to All Hip-Hop, there has been drama involving the release of Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix).” Although we got some fire features from JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Maliibu Miitch, it seems that other rappers did not make the cut. Fans are assuming Coi Leray may have felt a certain way, as the track did not feature her.

Things get heated between Coi and Nicki.

On September 11th, Nicki Minaj called out rising young artists as “entitled duds.” Just two days before that, Coi Leray tweeted “Industry so weird… only if y’all know the half… yuck… Anyways FLY SH!T OUT NOW.” This happened to be the same day the “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)” was released. She continued to say, “Be careful from fake smiles.”

Yesterday, September 18th, the Trendsetter artist accused an unknown person of paying the media to not post her. She tweeted, “Paying blogs not to post me is sad.”  In another tweet she added, “What’s in the dark always comes to light! Stay prayed up! Stay focused!!” The rapper continues, “Hurt people hurt people.”

Coi then tried to be a bit more positive saying, “Don’t come over here looking for problems. The world got plenty of them already so let’s promote positivity as much as we can.”

After many subs were thrown on Twitter, fans are led to believe theirs definitely some shade going on between Coi Leray and Nicki Minaj over “Queen Mix.” The assumption also began with other celebrities accusing Minaj of using the media to make other artists look bad. Other then Minaj’s ex-boyfriend Meek Mill alleging Minaj worked with blogs to give him a negative image, other rappers such as Remy Ma and Cardi B, also claimed the Queen Barb would try to hurt their reputations.

 

Stephanie Kinberg

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