Nicki Minaj Thinks There Was a Conspiracy to Age-Restrict Her New Video
Over the weekend, Nicki Minaj released a video for the remix of “Likkle Miss”, featuring Jamaican dancehall artist Skeng (see above)… and it was promptly slapped with an AGE RESTRICTION by YouTube.
It’s a Nicki Minaj video, so obviously there’s some sexuality but mostly it’s lots of nearly-bare butts shaking and whatnot. Honestly, I don’t think it’s that bad. It’s actually kind of baffling that this is the one that got flagged.
And… Nicki agrees. In fact, she thinks there’s a CONSPIRACY against her to limit her views, possibly by a rival record label.
In a pair of Instagram posts, she noted that YouTube has, quote, “things a million [effing] times worse on their bogus [effing] platform. This is what they do to keep you from winning while doing ads for other people and posting fake [effing] stats.”
She added, quote, “This was done to stop us from getting a lot of views in the first 24 hours . . . YouTube it’s time y’all tell people that you’re in bed with a whole record label and management company.”