(AllHipHop News) This declaration came after the Queens rapper dropped “No Frauds” which included a verse directed at her rival Remy Ma.
When the song opened at #14 on Billboard’s Hot 100, “No Frauds” appeared it would be one of those hits Nicki talked about on IG.
However, in its second week on the chart, the record dropped 70 spots to land at #84.
This setback is significant because Minaj has repeatedly touted chart success as an example of why she should be considered “The Queen of Rap.”
In the hours following the release of “No Frauds,” Nicki added several posts on Instagram pointing out the song’s initial success on the iTunes charts.
The track has currently dropped out of the Top 100 on the iTunes all-genre chart.
“No Frauds” could rebound on the Hot 100 and iTunes after Nicki Minaj releases a video for the single featuring Drake and Lil Wayne.