“#RokNRiha #QueenRih #CaribbeanGirlsRunit Love her downnnnnnn #NewYorkS— #YKTFV,” Nicki captioned her post. In the snap, the two couples sit side-by-side on a couch with Minaj’s child sitting on her lap in the center. Rihanna smiles as she inclines toward her beau, who has his arm folded over her.
In a subsequent post, the “Anaconda” rapper and Rihanna pose for a video evaluating various plots for the camera before Rihanna says, “Caribbean things, you know what I’m sayin’?”
At one point in the video, Rihanna dropped some island tea by uncovering those individuals of Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago, where the young ladies are separately from, generally don’t get along.
“You know Bajans don’t like Trinis?” Rihanna asked to which Minaj perceptibly wheezed. “And Trinis don’t like Bajans. They draw a line in the ocean over flying fish.”
The two artists recently worked together on the 2011 track “Fly,” which showed up on Minaj’s hit collection “Pink Friday”, following Rihanna’s “Raining Men” the year earlier.
In a Facebook post from 2010 per MTV News, Minaj called the “Fly” songstress one of her “absolute faves.”
“I wanted to work with Rihanna for a long time. I’m very proud of her accomplishments; especially since she was born on an island like me,” Minaj said then, at that point, alluding to her Trinidadian legacy and Rihanna’s Barbadian roots.
“This song is a female empowerment song,” she added before continuing how the song is not explicit to simply women. She also indicates how it talks about flying, taking off high notwithstanding each and every lone affliction that comes your direction.
Reactions to Nicki Minaj and Rihanna Reunion
no because rihanna & nicki minaj linking up just made my entire year.— ً (@TYRISPRINT) September 6, 2021
nicki n rihanna can’t go nowhere without dragging they man along shit annoying— ☣︎ (@1pinkfridayy) September 6, 2021
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