Draymond Green Wants Nicki Minaj To Shut Up About Lebron
He’s not really here for Nicki at all.
During the Warriors star Dray Day podcast, he spoke on Nicki’s ‘No Fraud”s response to Remy Ma.
“I have a few problems with Nicki’s comeback. Number 1, as she says in the song, ‘I don’t respond when you say respond, I respond when I want to’ and ‘real bosses took 3 months to respond.’ Some would say that’s a cop out. Some would say you needed time to get Drake’s verse on there, you needed time to get Wayne’s verse on there,” Dray explained.
“Some would say (Nicki) only put Wayne and Drake’s verse on there because you couldn’t handle your own. You needed them to draw more attention because you knew your comeback wasn’t strong enough for what ‘SheETHER was … I can’t really view it as a diss song, I can only view it as Nicki threw some shots in a song.”
He went on to explain that he thought Nicki Minaj was cheating in her war with Remy by bringing Drake and Wayne (who weren’t dissing) and their large fan bases into it. Then he took objection to Nicki’s constant name dropping of Lebron.
“Is Nicki Minaj gonna mention ‘Bron in every song? Every song she’s released since June 2016, there’s something about LeBron in it. I mean, damn, like, LeBron is great, but Jesus Christ, at some point it just becomes too repetitive.
Green’s co-host Marcus Thompson II took it a step further, saying Nicki Minaj is a commercial creation who exposed herself with a weak commercial response.
“I don’t think she respected Hip Hop on this. I think she went Barbie. I think she exposed herself. She ain’t ready for this. She ain’t built for this war of battling someone on wax. It was weak.”
Their Nicki comments start at about the 18 minute mark.