Oh That Wasn’t About Rihanna? Nicki Minaj Goes Off On BET For Claiming ‘I’m Out’ Is A Diss Track

May 24, 2013  |  

As soon as the second single from Ciara’s upcoming album dropped on Wednesday, fans immediately went to work trying to figure out just who some of the track’s disses were aimed at. Two lines in particular, spit by featured rapper Nicki Minaj, caught listener’s attention in the song, “I’m Out.”

“Ayo Ci Ci, let me show you how to do a singing b**** greasy!”

“You gon play me, on Instagram tryna shade me?”

The assumption was that Nicki was taking up for her girl Ciara and defending her against the cattiness that’s been thrown her way by Rihanna. Remember when “Body Party” first came out and Ri Ri and her BFF Melissa through all types of shade on Instagram and Twitter? Nicki’s lines seemed like the perfect retort to all that nonsense, but when BET put that assumption out there as fact on Twitter, Nicki came straight for their Twitter handlers’ head.

So, that’s a no?

When you look back at the lyrics, Nicki does appear to be telling the truth. Here are just a few other choice lines from the track that are clearly as male bashing as they come:

These petty ni**as is a b****, motto

If I say it on wax, every b**** follow

and then

Ladies this your song, so as soon as this come on

Say f**k these petty ni**as if these ni**as did you wrong

If he got a new b****, then tell that b**** meet you outside

Then pop her like a molly til these b****es recognize

Guess she told them. I do think the “black channel” understood the bars, more than likely they were just trying to start something. Do you believe Nicki’s claim the lines weren’t aimed at Rihanna?

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