Metta World Peace Praises Nicki Minaj For Including Him On 'The Pinkprint'
Metta World Peace is definitely content with the news he just received. Formerly known as Ron Artest, the overseas pro-basketball player took to his Twitter account earlier today (Dec. 26) to sing Nicki Minaj's praises after he realized his fellow Queens native name-dropped his alias on one of her songs. That track in particular is titled "Trini Dem Girls" featuring LunchMoney Lewis where the YMCMB spitter says, "He in love with a ghetto girl, he said he want a piece like Metta World," thus sending Artest into a frenzy.
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The melody is featured on Minaj's third studio effort, The Pinkprint, which hit the number one spot on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart this week.