Nicki and Meg Feud: Minaj Announces Bigfoot Diss Track

Nicki Minaj is set to release her diss track, Bigfoot, on Sunday.

The announcement comes in response to controversy over Megan Thee Stallion’s new single, Hiss, which appears to take a dig at Minaj’s husband, Kenneth Petty, who is a registered sex offender.

Minaj took to X (formerly Twitter) late Saturday night to share the news, writing, “Tomorrow 3PM PST #BIGFOOT.”

Accompanying the announcement is cover art depicting a high-heeled pink boot stepping into a larger footprint embossed in pink concrete.

Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion are locked in a feud. Credit: supplied.
Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion are locked in a feud. Credit: supplied.

The image is juxtaposed with a close-up of Megan’s distressed face. In the wake of Minaj’s posts, #Bigfoot quickly began trending on X.

Megan’s fiery new single, Hiss, takes a jab at Petty, while referencing Megan’s Law. The federal law mandates law enforcement to disclose information about registered sex offenders.

Petty was convicted in 1995 for attempted rape of a 16-year-old, and he served four years in prison. In July 2022, he got three years probation and one year of home detention for not registering as a sex offender in California.

On the track, Megan raps, “These hoes don’t be mad at Megan, these hoes mad at Megan’s Law,” making a direct reference to the legal framework.

Minaj with husband, Kenneth Petty, who is a registered sex offender. Credit: supplied.
Minaj with husband, Kenneth Petty. Credit: supplied.

Responding to Megan’s diss, Minaj previewed an unreleased track on Instagram Live, referencing the incident where Megan was shot in the foot by Tory Lanez in 2020. The snippet features Minaj rapping, “Bad b—h she like six foot, I call her big foot.”

In addition to the song announcement, Minaj, 42, took to X to share several posts taking jabs at Megan, 28.

She clarified her stance on the upcoming track, tweeting, “It’s been ready for 2 days. Just was tryna be cool & let her get her lil streams.”

Minaj also addressed her collaboration with Megan on Hot Girl Summer in 2019, claiming she didn’t charge for the verse. She wrote, “Didn’t charge her for the hot girl summer verse that I recorded the night she BEGGED & BEGGED to go on my live.”

Hinting at a potential arsenal of unreleased tracks, Minaj warned, “After the 1st one drops, if that p—y a— hoe so much as BREATHE wrong, I’ma empty da clip.”

In March 2023, XXL Magazine reported that Minaj dropped a song called Red Ruby Da Sleeze, where she mentioned horses in the first verse.

The lyrics went: “Seven-hundred on ’em horses when we fixin’ to leave (Uh-oh)/But I don’t mess with horses since Christopher Reeves.”

Some fans thought Minaj might have been targetting Megan with this line, though the reason for the jab is unclear.

In a separate article from September 2022, the outlet mentioned a potential disagreement when Minaj claimed on Queen Radio that someone suggested she drank alcohol during her pregnancy.

Megan later denied it was her.

On Friday, Minaj posted a tweet mentioning Megan’s late mother and suggesting that Megan lied in her April 2022 interview with Gayle King regarding her situation with Lanez.

The tweet also brought up Megan’s ex-boyfriend, Pardison Fontaine, who they reported broke up in 2023.

Minaj continued by retweeting Fontaine’s new single, THEE PERSON, believed by many to be about Megan.

In another post, Minaj referred to Megan as a “disgusting” serpent.

Meanwhile, Megan’s Hiss, co-produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat and Bankroll Got It, is the second single from her third album.

The track arrived two months after her debut of the rock-tinged Cobra, which marked her first independent single since parting ways with 1501 Certified Entertainment.

Cobra peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became her eighth top 10 hit on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, reaching No. 10.

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