The feud between Nicki Minaj and her Young Money Label on one side, and Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg on the other, has finally come to an end, with the two meeting face to face for the first time to explain why they acted the way they did.
For those not in the know, the feud started when Rosenberg criticized Minaj for releasing “Starships” (above), by saying that this wasn’t hip hop, it was pop.
In response, Minaj’s people pulled her out of the Hot 97 Summer Jam concert, which triggered a very loud reaction from fans, who mostly blamed Rosenberg for it.
“It's water under the bridge. I mean, it's so long ago. I can't even act like I care anymore, but I appreciate you guys having me,” Nicki said the other day in a radio interview with Rosenberg.
“In hindsight... I should've just did the show,” she added.
“I don't know your resume. I never found you funny. I never found you entertaining. I never found you smart. I just found you annoying. To me it was like, who are you? You don't have enough of a resume to make those comments,” Minaj also said.
In the end though, it was all good between the two.
The full interview is here, but *please be advised that it contains several instances of language that could offend.