ByBen Turner, writer at
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Ben Turner
"Your greatest achievement in life will be attempting to undermine my greatest achievements in life."

Wow, so Nicki, who is a professional boss ass bitch, just gave the Internet a long overdue dose of realness with a string of tweets she recently posted.

They were in a reaction to a user's comment on Bossip that got retweeted, stating:

Yep, men are visual creatures. They don't care if you can sing. That's why Nicki had to buy an ass to blow up!

When Nicki became aware of the promoted comment, she went in so hard and it was great:

To be honest, my opinion is that Nicki's reaction is completely warranted. Nicki's impact both commercially and culturally is nothing short of superstar status. Having over 20 million Twitter followers, 12 top 10 singles and 66 chart entries and a string of high profile awards, Nicki not only breaks boundaries for female hip-hop artists, but for hip-hop artists in general.

Despite this, people reduce her success to her ass size; a really lazy and blatant way of trivializing and sexualizing her, while stripping her of her humanity and artistry.

Anyone else catching the historically stale stench of challenged male fear? Let me just cleanse my palette.

*sips tea*

So what do you guys think? Was Nicki's reaction acceptable and does she have a valid point?


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