Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift are Having a Discussion on Twitter

It has something to do with this year's MTV VMAs nominees.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Jul 22, 2015
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Oh no, what just happened? After the nominees for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards were announced last night, Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to talk about her feelings about her noms for Best Female Music Video for "Anaconda," Best Hip Hop Video for "Anaconda," and Best Collaboration with Ariana Grande and Jessie J for "Bang Bang." Apparently, the hitmaker was disappointed that "Anaconda," which broke records during its release in August 2014 and "Feeling Myself," which she did with Beyonce weren't included in the noms. (via

"Anaconda,"to be fair, has earned its rightful place in pop culture. You can't Google about it and miss all the memes that were made in its honor.


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What probably surprised a few users was how some of Nicki's tweets seemed to address one Video of the Year nominee—Taylor Swift, who was nominated in the category for "Bad Blood." Tay-Tay took the tweet personally and replied to the "Anaconda" hitmaker.

But it seems like there was just some misinterpretation in the comments because to be fair, Nicki also clarified her points and made it clear that her stand wasn't about Taylor.

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Taylor tried to smooth things out...

But instead, Nicki thanked everyone for understanding where she's coming from and what her reasons are for airing her side of the story.

We just hope these two amazing women sort things out soon.

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