Quavo Basically Admits To Previously Dating Nicki Minaj On 'Huncho Dreams'
By Peyton Blakemore
October 12, 2018
On "Huncho Dreams," which appears to be Quavo's answer to Nicki's hit single, "Barbie Dreams," he makes multiple references to their alleged relationship. The Migos rapper begins first by addressing their previous beef, rapping, "She said I hurt her feelings 52 times," referencing Nicki's statements earlier this year when she said she was hurt by how Quavo handled "Motorsport," claiming he didn't back her up when people were calling her a liar after she revealed how the song came to be.
"I love Quavo, and at the time, on Twitter, I explained how ‘MotorSport’ came about, and you know, people were saying that I was lying," Nicki said on a radio. "So I texted Quavo and I said, ‘Hey, just, you know, could you back me up on this because I don’t want people to think I’m lying. What do I have to lie about? And he didn’t back me up.... He texted me, and he was like, ‘I would go on Twitter and back you up if you were my girl lol.’ And that hurt, because he’s somebody—I love him."
Quavo then goes on to rap: "Call up queen (Nicki)/The queen can't flex on a young bull (Flex)/Made her scream (Scream)/Chanel, I bought her two of 'em/ You can check IG (Hey, IG)." As noted by fans, "Young bull" is Philly slang, which Nicki's ex-boyfriend Meek Mill uses quite a lot. As for making "her scream Chanel" and buying her "two of 'em," that appears to be a reference to Nicki posting a video of herself showing off two Chanel gifts (that now seems like Quavo bought for her) on Instagram back in July.
The Atlanta rapper's Nicki-filled bars didn't end there. He also raps: "Nicki (Nicki), do you love me? (Please)/ Why you crying? (Why?)/ She don't wanna be a queen unless she got me (Queen)." The bars are a clear nod to Drake's hit single "In My Feelings," and his "love" for her. In the chorus Quavo then apologizes to Nicki, rapping, "If I hurt your feelings (Feelings) I am truly sorry (Sorry, woo)." He also mentions her other ex, Safaree, spitting. "I'm straight out the jungle (Hey), no safari (No)."
Quavo dropped Quavo Huncho on Friday (October 12). Stream it here!
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