She said that despite her gripes, she was not bitter or upset as she tweeted.
Taking to Twitter, she ranted in a series of posts: "Travis sold over 50K of these".
Both parties found tricks up their sleeve last week with which to boost sales: Minaj launched a bundle deal on her own site (see inset) which allowed fans to download her album for just $5, complete with a free Queen poster and a three-month trial to TIDAL.
She added: "Travis sold 200K in his first week of clothes alone". TMZ reports that reason is not because there might be a potential confrontation but because he has the number 1 album in the country and deserves to be seated in front of her. However, the tweets didn't go off as well as expected.
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Then, her explanations turned downright accusatory as she laid a share of the blame at the feet of Spotify, which she says deliberately sabotaged her promotion on its service to punish her for previewing Queen early on Apple Music's Beats 1 Radio. She made an example out of Drake stressing Spotify's excessive promotion of Scorpion in spite of his relationship with Apple.
Normani sent a message to Nicki Minaj after Nicki stood up for her after Tiffany Haddish's Fifth Harmony shade. Other Twitter users criticized Nicki for being a sore victor, and claimed that Travis Scott's album was more meaningful. Omg y'all this is sarcasm/dry humor.
However, most of social media is still confused as to why this is happening-and wasted no time.
Many Twitter users weren't impressed with the comparison and let Minaj know. So either Nicki lied in her tweets or Travis lied to Nicki and simply said what she wanted to hear, but either way the numbers don't lie.
"In response to Nicki Minaj... babe we don't do fake news".