Nicki Minaj Calls Out MTV for Snubbing Her in VMA Nominations, Taylor Swift Fires Back

2015 VMAs Nominations
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Despite receiving three nods herself, Nicki Minaj isn’t too thrilled about the latest 2015 MTV Video Music Awards nominations.

The rapper put the network on blast after finding out that her Beyoncé collaboration “Feeling Myself” was not up for any awards. Though she thanked MTV for her nods, Minaj mentioned the lack of love for the music video in one fell swoop of a shady tweet, writing:

Retweeting a few fan complaints, Minaj also noted that her “Anaconda” video, which is nominated for Best Female Video and Best Hip-Hop Video, failed to be nominated for Video of the Year. She argued that a record-breaking video like hers should have been up for the prestigious title if Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood,” which broke Vevo’s 24-hour world record, is nominated in the category.

Spilling some racially-charged tea, Minaj wrote:

After Minaj claimed that she was also being body shamed, Swift responded to the emcee’s comments, writing:

Minaj then assured Swift that she had misinterpreted her tweets (and, like, wasn’t even talking about her in the first place). She wrote back:

Minaj also retweet a tweet from a fan that read, “@taylorswift13 stop using ‘support all girls’ as an excuse to not be critical of racist media that benefits and glorifies you.”

Perhaps realizing her mistake, Swift made everything about her again extended an olive branch and invited Minaj to speak onstage at this year’s ceremony.

Because pancakes make everything better, fellow celeb Aaron Paul capped the ladies’ not so beefy Twitter beef with this delicious tweet:

Aside from Swift, Beyoncé’s “7/11,” Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud,” Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” are nominated for Video of the Year.