The Taylor Swift-Nicki Minaj Twitter Drama, Explained With Emoji

24 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Calvin ‘tells Taylor to shake off Nicki feud’.

Feud squashed, Barbz and Swifties — time to move on. apologized via Twitter on Thursday, July 23, for lashing out against a perceived diss from , and as it turns out, social media wasn’t the only way they mended fences.On Wednesday, Nicki Minaj expressed her frustration with a lack of VMA nominations for her video for “Anaconda,” tweeting that women of color aren’t as recognized for their efforts in music as thin, white women.

The pair indulged in something of a Twitter spat after Nicki accused MTV of favouring other girls over her for a Video of the Year nomination at the Video Music Awards. Taylor Swift, who received several nominations for “Bad Blood,” took this as a subtweet (it wasn’t) and entered the ring, tweeting at Nicki that it was unlike her to “pit women against each other.” Nicki was confused, given that she was talking about a larger systemic issue and not directing any of her tweets toward the artists who did receive nominations. Calvin encouraged Taylor to reach out to Nicki and publicly apologise to her on Twitter,” a source told HollywoodLife.com. “He could tell the whole spat was really upsetting her and knew she would feel better if she made peace.” “Calvin is a pretty mellow, even-keeled guy and has a way of always being there for Taylor when she feels stressed. If this is all a little difficult to follow, Jimmy Kimmel broke it down on Thursday’s installment of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, concluding, “And then my 14-year-old niece, Allison, exploded.” (Same.) Kimmel did leave out one important entry into the beef arena, however. He knows Taylor doesn’t function well with high drama, and convinced her to nip the chaos in the bud by resolving the issue with Nicki. [It’s] one of the many reasons why Taylor is completely smitten with Calvin.”

Camilla Belle, about whom Taylor (allegedly) wrote the song “Better Than Revenge,” tweeted in reply to Katy’s subtweet on Thursday, writing, “Couldn’t have said it better…” Nicki called attention to the way black women are depicted in the media, an intersectional feminist perspective, with her lamentation tweets on Tuesday, writing: “I’m not always confident.

That’s all.” Minaj further implored the music industry and its artists to build each other up and appreciate their differences. “We just have to have both images for girls. We can’t only have one type of body being glorified, because it just makes girls even more insecure than we already are,” the voluptuous singer continued. This week’s social media exchange between the women inspired everyone from Ed Sheeran to Bruno Mars to Kim Kardashian to react, but no response was more shocking than that of Katy Perry, who accused frenemy Swift of being someone who “unmeasurably capitalizes on the take down of a woman.” (Minaj had favorited Perry’s tweet moments after it was posted, and before replying to Swift’s public apology.)

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