Nicki Minaj Wants The Respect She Deserves

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The "No Frauds" rapper took to Twitter this week to share her thoughts on sexism in the world of hip hop; she started off by sharing a clip from a recent Rap Radar interview, where New Jersey rapper Russ spoke up about the impact Nicki has made in the world of music.

If you ask most hip-hop fans what Nicki Minaj's best verse is, they will instantly pick her featured spot on Kanye West's "Monster". On the seventh anniversary of her "Monster" collaboration with Kanye West, the rap queen looks back on her iconic verse, while making some revelations.

"Kanye called me to tell me Jay put a verse on this song & that he was still deciding if he would put it on his album", she wrote.

Nicki also thanked Kanye for the platform and creative direction.

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Nicki resents that other women with careers half as long as her's have been compared to her so frequently, implying that people wouldn't make those comparisons with her male counterparts. After thanking him, she addressed the difficulties and criticism she faced as a female emcee that has continuously proven her abilties to hold her own. "The greats collaborated w/Drake, Kendrick & Jcole b/c they're dope MC's", she wrote. What are you teaching THEM?

She also threw to an old tweet of Kendrick's, and the fact that it resonates almost a decade after he posted it is a huge problem - which is exactly why she shared it. "They'd never do this to a man", she wrote.

See Minaj's Instagram post in full above and pray to Yeezus that he leaves all the jams on his next album.

Nicki even pulled out a tweet from Kendrick Lamar slamming men for their hate of the Young Money rapstress.