Here's Proof That Nicki Minaj Is Not Here For Trolls On Instagram
Leave a negative comment in Nicki Minaj's mentions, and you might be the next contestant on her Instagram screen.
In case the masses weren’t aware, Nicki Minaj is not a fan of trolls.
While sharing photos at her brother’s wedding on Saturday (Aug. 22), the Young Money rapstress garnered some less-than-favorable comments about her hairstyle. When a fan left a negative comment beneath her photo about her ponytail, Nicki left a short and not-so-sweet reply:
Taking things a step further, Nicki Minaj upped her clapback game by posting photos of her trolls. with caption such as “This girl dissin,” and “she said she don’t like my hair:”
A photo posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on
Nicki later deleted the posts after getting a bit of backlash for “bullying” her commentators. She took to Twitter to inquire how the reactions to her posts were fair, noting that people “can dish it but can never take it.”
Lol can I just be on my own page minding my business in peace? Lmao. When I post a pic of a person dissin me I'm a bully? Lol this world... — NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) August 23, 2015
Lol I'm not even saying anything any more. I'm just going to post your pic. If you're that perfect, you shouldn't care right? Lol — NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) August 23, 2015
Like...can't I just enjoy amazing moments with MY fans on MY page?!??! Lol do I come on your page hating on u? — NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) August 23, 2015
This calls to question whether celebs should be subject to comments without offering a reply, or if the “clapback” is a warranted response. Which side are you on? Sound off.