‘Get Into It (Yuh)’: Here’s why Nicki Minaj failed to collaborate with Doja Cat

Nicki explained how she could not join hands with Doja which ultimately pissed off the latter’s fans as they tried to show her down


                            ‘Get Into It (Yuh)’: Here’s why Nicki Minaj failed to collaborate with Doja Cat
Nicki Minaj and Doja Cat (Photos by Matt Winkelmeyer/Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Doja Cat, who is a huge Nicki Minaj fan, dedicated an entire song called ‘Get Into It (Yuh)’ to the rapper from her latest album called ‘Planet Her’. Interestingly, Nicki most recently spilled the beans that she was asked by Doja to feature on the song but she denied as she could not bring anything new to the table.

The multi-platinum rapper while interacting on an audio-chat app over the weekend was trending all over the Internet after she explained how she could not join hands with Doja which ultimately pissed off the latter’s fans as they tried to show her down. However, soon Nicki Minaj’s fans took over as they slammed Doja’s fans for spreading hate. For the unversed, both Nicki and Doja worked together on a track called ‘Say So’ that became one of the top songs of 2019.
 

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Why Nicki Minaj did not collaborate with Doja Cat on ‘Get Into It (Yuh)’?

While the album ‘Planet Her’ features global artists like Young Thug, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, JID, and SZA, Nicki Minaj could not end up on the project due to her personal reasons. While sharing the same, the ‘Anaconda’ hitmaker stated, “Well, the truth is she asked me to get on that song.” She added, “It was not that she was too busy at all. It‘s just there were people involved in that situation” adding she made them clear that, “I just did not love that song because I don’t think I could bring anything new to it.” She continued, “So, I asked them to send me something else and they didn’t send.” Nicki added, “I think they sent me a second song but I asked them to send me something else but they didn’t send me anything else.”
 
The 38-year-old emcee continued, “If I feel I cannot bring anything unique to a record, I don’t wanna do it anymore. So, there are a lot of artists that ask me for a feature but I really tell them all to get the right thing because right now it is different everything for me.” She concluded, “I don’t wanna do s**t just to do s**t especially the artistes I love- I wanna make a moment with them.”  ‘Get Into It (Yuh)’ is the fourth track on Doja’s third full-length project where she thanks the Trinidadian rapper for paving the way for her acclaimed pop-rap career.  Throughout the song, Doja maintains the unique rapid-fire flow that Nicki used in her early career. Doja also referenced her lyric "Got that big rocket launcher" from her 2010 debut single ‘Massive Attack’. At the end of the song, she raps, “Thank you, Nicki, I love you/ Got that big rocket launcher.”
 



 

‘Doja stans that came for Nicki are mad cuz all their claims are now proven false’

Loyal hip-hop fans took over the messy situation as they slammed Doja Cat’s supporters for taking Nicki’s message in the wrong context. One user said, “Not I came back to all the fandoms lookin stμpid because they thought Nicki and Doja had a problem when in reality they never did and that’s something all the female rap fandoms made up so Nicki could look bitter.” Another shared, “A lot of y’all FAKE fans were dragging Nicki after Doja said this. We haven’t forgot!.”
 
Another user shared, “Nicki basically admitting she spoke to Doja privately really warms my KittyBarb heart.” One posted, “Crazy how so many people wanted Nicki and Doja to beef just to turn out that Nicki was supposed to be on the album.” The next person tweeted, “I know doja stans that came for nicki are mad cuz all their claims are now proven false.” While, another user concluded, “Now for all the doja cat fans that were calling Nicki bitter y’all can now be quiet.. Nicki herself said she likes doja and was asked to be on the song.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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