Nicki also posed for a group photo that featured Quavo, Twain, The Weeknd, Timothee Chalamet and more. "The Generous Queen FORGIVES". So how were those changes gonna happen if I didn't "change" my verse?
"I wanted to make sure I was writing something that was meaningful to me and that would inspire and that would captivate my audience", Minaj told interviewer Zane Lowe.
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Now Nicki is offering her side of the story. "At the time, I went on Twitter and explained how 'MotorSport" came about, and people were saying that I was lying. There are certain girls that show me genuine love that I want to shout-out. Asian Doll always shows me genuine love. Apparently Quavo had asked her to cut out her singing part and to shorten her verse. It just warms my heart when the girls do that.
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Sadio Mane got the ball rolling early on, slotting home after Cherries goalkeeper Asmir Begovic had saved his initial header. The Seagulls nearly came back from being dead and buried after finding themselves two down at Palace after just 14 minutes.
Cardi referenced "MotorSport" in an interview with Capital XTRA a year ago, saying, "When I heard the track, her verse wasn't finished". Creatively, I've never felt better.
Nicki doubled down on this sentiment later in the interview, saying that neither Cardi nor the Migos defended her when the Internet buzzed with rumors about her beefing with Cardi. In the song, she also references the mutant Storm from the X-Men and Lara Croft, another 90s-era female video game character, and she even tosses in a nod to Prince's song "Darling Nikki". "I didn't hear that verse.' I was like what?"
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"Last year, (U.S.) President (Donald) Trump made it clear that using chemical weapons crossed a red line". The coalition strikes reportedly caused heavy damage to Syria's chemical weapons infrastructure.
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Mattis appealed at the meeting for more time to gather evidence to prove the Assad regime was responsible for the attack. But the administration appeared determined to deliver on the president's threat to punish the use of poison gas.