Migos rapper Quavo may have dated Nicki Minaj this summer but were only finding out about it now.
The Bad and Boujee rapper released his debut solo album, Quavo Huncho, this week and one track in particular appears to be rather confessional.
Huncho Dreams, likely a response to Barbie Dreams, features multiple references to Nicki, 35, and it sounds as though they might have secretly dated earlier this year – or at the very least, Quavo, 27, has a pretty big crush on the rapper.
This surely must be awkward for Quavos sister-in-law Cardi B, who is notoriously beefing with Nicki.
In one of the most telling lines, Quavo raps: She said I hurt her feelings 52 times, Call up Queen (Nicki), the Queen cant flex on the young bull.
Made her scream, Chanel I bought her two of em, Could you check IG? Cause when she post it, go up if she for keeps.
In July, Nicki shared a video of herself unwrapping two Chanel bags from a gift box and was just as excited as a kid on Christmas Day. The rapper captioned the clip: Thank you, with a heart eye emoji.
Ah Chanel, the way to a womans heart.
The phrase Young Bull is said to be a phrase widely used in Philadelphia and a favourite of Nickis ex-boyfriend Meek Mill.
On the chorus, Quavo makes nod to Nickis other ex-boyfriend, Safaree Samuels, quipping: Im straight out the jungle (Hey), no safari (No).
The rapper later calls Nicki out directly in a reference to her collaboration with Tekashi 6ix 9ine, Fefe, and Drakes In My Feelings, asking: Nicki, Nicki, do you love me? (Please) Why you crying?
Sounds like Quavos got it bad.
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Its not completely out of the blue as Nicki collaborated with Quavo on the Migos track Motorsport and a remix of Ella Mais Bood Up.
If they were romantically involved, the relationship is likely over as Quavo is currently dating rapper Saweetie, while Nicki was most recently linked to Lewis Hamilton.
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