I’ll admit Nicki Minaj is over the top. With her plethora of gaudy outfits, dubious lyrics, an abundance of unfitting wigs, and split personality, her sanity and talent is often questionable. There are three things, however, that are completely undeniable: 1) Nicki Minaj is culturally relevant 2) She’s making a multitude of mula 3) She’s never been a gunslinger and has never claimed to be.

I’ve been taking in the feud between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj, both new judges on American Idol, over the last few days. After seeing the TMZ footage, I immediately took to my Twitter to blast the brightly colored pixie for dissing the more experienced diva. Yet, we only see what we’re allowed. Once the facts begun to roll in, predominately anti-Nicki, my irritation with Mariah’s sympathy card grew.

After hearing that Mariah was going to “hire extra security” and that Nicki’s behavior made her emotionally uncomfortable, I had to stifle the erupting laughter inside of me. Roman? Pink nails, Barbie cars, overt sex appeal, give-em’-whiplash Nicki? I was almost determined to delve into Google to make sure there wasn’t another female emcee with the same name.

Over the last few days Mariah’s been playing her “frightened white girl in an urban neighborhood” side of the race card. We’re told that Mariah made a disrespectful comment about a contestant before the debate manifested, but all we’re privy to in the footage is the explosion of Minaj and the calm of Mariah. In a phone conversation with Barbara Walters, her sudden fairytale godmother, Mariah expresses a victimized concern — seemingly the innocent Mariah attacked by Nicki’s “otherness.” Her husband, Nick Cannon, also plays into the role with his picture perfect painting of Mariah’s poise. “[Mariah] is the strongest and the classiest woman that I’ve ever met,” he stated. “She signed up to do a job to help young people accomplish their dreams and [the spat] is like a sidebar. I hope that’s not what this show becomes about, the catfights.”

Sorry Nick, can we rewind to a few years ago? Eminem, remember him? The guy who rapped about dating your wife, distastefully dissing her? Yeah, you two weren’t so elegant and dignified then.

Cannon was sure to let Eminem know he wasn’t all Nickelodeon hype. “Man to man, let’s meet up and deal with this like adults,” he wrote in an awkward and quickly removed blog entry. “This is my invitation to you, whenever and wherever you like sir. So when you come out of your introverted hiding place and ask your bodyguards if you can go out and play by yourself, I’m here Pimp!” Mariah’s response to Em’s lyricism was a bit more melodious. She created the song “Obsessed,” in which she portrays a feminine and stalker Eminem.

Now I would certainly consider Slim Shady a more threatening emcee than Nicki. He definitely is more prone to gangster and sadistic lyricism. Carey, nonetheless, didn’t seem to feel vulnerable in this situation. She played it cool. She even found it beneficial to pull her “down” card claiming that Em got it “poppin’ in the hood.”

Although Mariah was called several “bitches” and “whores” throughout Eminem’s record and was very aware of the ex-gangster crew who he ran with, she never felt it was necessary to hire extra bodyguards or fall into emotive instability. Conversely, an emcee that is immersed in nail polish, fragrance, and pink frightens her to the core. Interesting.

The jig is up Carey. You can’t play the defenseless white-girl-in-distress mode unless you’re actually being threatened by someone … threatening. You certainly can’t play it if you and your husband were the king and queen of call-out during your Eminem fiasco. Your statements are riddled with fear as if Next Friday’s Baby D called your bluff. Where was this trepidation when the Caucasian emcee called you out?

Nonexistent. That’s where.

I’m unsure if the pity party is because of your need for attention since your last album didn’t achieve the platinum status like the previous ones. I’m still trying to figure out if it’s just a bout of jealousy — born from the rumors that you slammed down the phone upon hearing that Minaj would be alongside you on the Idol panel. Perhaps it’s just another tab on the diva like behavior you’ve been flaunting all these years. Whatever it is, your exaggerated notions have smeared Nicki into a corner where she doesn’t belong.

As black women, we’re notorious for pulling one another down and feeding into the stereotypes society lends to us. The media consumes this and puts us up for display: emotional Sarah Baartmans in HD cages. Because of a childish intolerance, you weren’t able to deal with Nicki’s quick advance, especially with her lack of experience. Thus, you’ve started a rampage to tarnish the image of another woman to advance your own career. How dignified.

Shuffle on Mariah, we see you B. (B is a slang word likely short for “brother” or possibly “boy” or used to address a friend or associate. Just in case you needed a jogging of your memory.)

  • Phoenix

    Interesting…

  • Kacey

    I’m a fan of Mariah Carey (and I’m no fan of Nicki Minaj) but I do believe she is the manipulator in this situation. It’s funny that we don’t have any video of the incident(s) preceding Nicki’s tirade. From what I understand, Mariah had been instigating conflicts from the moment they started working together. She knew Nicki would eventually snap on her (because that’s what Nicki does) and she was sure to play Damsel in Distress, while Nicki came across as a violent hood rat.

    Despite being the more experienced and celebrated artist, Mariah is insecure because her last (2?) albums haven’t sold well and she is trying to stay relevant with a new generation who only knows her as some type of Legend. In short, she’s not what’s hot, but Nicki is. I believe Mariah was worried about Nicki outshining her on the show so this ensures that Nicki is tainted in the minds of ‘Idol’ fans.

  • Catherine Imani Cosby

    Stop. You cant blame her for feeling nervous around a clearly psychotic woman like nicki minaj. And especially don’t take minaj’s side because as woman we like to degrade each other or whatever. Nicki Minaj is queen of degrading black women. She deserves whatever she gets. The fact that Care as a mother decided to change her behavior from what she may have done before is smart. As we grow we should mature. Minaj has to mature. The fact is she claims to be abot that life pretty often. She does not get a pass.

  • Misty_Moonsilver

    Hm….I pretty much agree with this article in its entirety. Except that I don’t like Carey very much anyway. But you’re right about how black women drag each other down and feed stereotypes. And I’m disappointed with these two. Especially Nicki.

  • margaret

    All this shows me is that Idol should be canceled. It’s a trainwreck.

  • ?!?

    But why did they have to start some drama? Nick Minaj and other entertainers like her love to start drama. They can’t just sing and entertain, they have to have beefs and arguments. It’s so immature. What are they in middle school?

    This was probably planned anyway. Two catty women with the one with more black ancestry being the attacker and the other one with more white blood being the victim. Black people love to embrace negative stereotypes to make a buck, so I don’t put it beyond them to embrace the angry and catty black woman to draw in viewers.

  • Ms. Information

    I am not a big fan of either lady…however the author makes a great point….where is the video that precedes the outburst? What happened? What if Mariah called Nicki a black bitch? The media conveniently cuts out what they don’t want us to see so that they can attempt to form OUR opinion….bs

  • beautiful mic

    “Over the last few days Mariah’s been playing her “frightened white girl in an urban neighborhood” side of the race card.”…”As black women, we’re notorious for pulling one another down and feeding into the stereotypes society lends to us. ”

    Race identity flip-floppers have an, even, bigger playing field for doing this -ish. These antics are more at their disposal, especially when they look like Mariah Carey.

  • [email protected]

    She did not have to work side by side with Eminem weekly. Two completely different situations! When was she ever going to run into Eminem except at award shows where I’m sure she has extra security. It’s easier to deal with an Adversary when you are hundreds of miles apart and don’t have to see them often if at all, opposed to them having the ability to reach out and touch you on a day to day basis.

  • beautiful mic

    Minaj could have done the same thing back to Carey though, since she is also mixed race, and wears a blonde weave and blue contacts. Couldn’t she, also, pass for a frightened near-white girl?

  • BBM

    Okay to the author… seriously! Mariah said it herself, she didn’t care when Nicki went off on the camera, it was when she heard from Idol staff that she threatened to shoot her. So now she’s playing a race card? That’s ridculous!
    Let me put it like this, what if Lindsey Lohan or Lady Gaga, two known to be crazy females threatend her with a gun? I wouldn’t hesitate to take caution. As Barbara Walters said, had she written that on a not she could have been put in jail.
    Lastly, if Mariah is playing a race card it is because Nicki creates a persona for herself as a gansta hood ghetto chick (amoung all the other things she portrays herself as).
    And please keep in mind Mariah is as much as a Black woman as Nicki, literally cause they’re both mixed.

  • Ayanna

    Nicki may look like a white girl, but she’s not. Mixed or not she’s trini to the bone.

  • Ayanna

    Really? Why hasn’t any idol staff come out and said that? Gangsta hood ghetto chick that wears harajuku? & tutus? What? Y’all will go anti anything.

  • Patience

    You’re disappointed with two people who don’t even know you exist?

  • BBM

    It doesn’t matter how relevant she is. Mariah is a legend and Nicki is just emjoying her 15 min of fame. Would we even be considering her side if she had gone off on Patti, Aretha, Chaka, Whitney (RIP), or Anita. There is no excuse for her acting like a child, especially disrespecting someone who has paid their dews.

  • Yb

    I agree completely with this article. Mariah’s “oh save me from this mean black woman act” is starting to annoy me. No one speaks of how Mariah calling Nicki “inadequate” and “unfit” in the video. It was rude and untrue. Say what about Nicki (I personally cant stand her minstrel behind) but she did go to school for music and arts so what Mariah said was insulting. Nicki had every right to defend her self, but chose the wrong time and method.

    Also it’s laughable how the media is trying to spin Mariah and potray her as a “classy lady”. It thought her antics of getting drunk at awards shows, feuding with other sings, and going crazy on TRL was well documented but I guess her whiteness makes one forget those things.

  • Patience

    Ugh@ ‘crazy females’.

  • BBM

    UHH WHY WOULD THEY??? THEY MAKING $ OFF THIS CHICK 12 YEAR OLD ACTIN CHICK!

  • Shirl

    I’d like to hear from the contestant that was on stage during this exchange..I’m sure they sign a confidentiality agreement…Mirah is not innocent in this IMO. Folk keep calling her a legend and she is believing the hype. She’s not worthy of sitting behind Ms. Aretha let alone being mentioned in the same sentence when you’re listing legends. Nikki had better be smart with her $. Young people tend to give you a few years and then become bored with you when you have no actual talent.

  • christinagraham

    why are they fueding anyway? seems to me ms nikki is trying to get attention. mc on the other hand keep it classy please

  • http://gravatar.com/dukefang Duke

    “There are two things, however, that are completely undeniable…”

    Maybe, but you’ve listed three things.

  • O’Phylia

    Let’s be honest here, folks. I’m an MC fan all day, and I wish NM would just put down the neon and go back to rapping on the steps outside her apartment– but Carey is crazy. I know it. You know it. Cannon knows it. We know it. Nicki just called her out on her crap.

    Also, I think acknowledging the “feud” (if you can call it that), is just making the situation worse.

  • JN

    But you have to acknowledge that Carey is not the first woman Minaj has had issues with. While I believe Carey’s response is overdone, I do not think Minaj is completely innocent at ALL.

  • beautiful mic

    Do you not know history? Black trinis are mixed. That’s the West Indies.

  • Mike

    This article is wrong, wrong, wrong. Just another example of black women giving ghetto, hood-rat behavior a pass. How long has Mariah been in the game and many times has she got into a cat fight with another female artist? I can’t name one. Now ask yourself the same question with Nicki. How long has she been here and how many BLACK female artist has she got into it with? When someone shows you who they are, believe it!

    I ain’t never heard Mariah singing about “Nappy Headed Hoes, Chimpanzees and Nigga Monkeys”. Who do you think she’s talking about?

  • RJ

    I think if you are the number selling female artist of all time and you write your own songs and have had hits in the 80′s 90′s and 00′s…I think it is safe to say that she is a legend.

  • Samantha

    Yes I would. Legend or not, their not God. Their humans, susceptible to making mistakes just like Minaj. We don’t know the whole story, that much is clear. We can’t make cast judgment about Minaj’s reaction without knowing Carey’s actions, no matter how many dues she may have paid.

  • Mike

    I’m just curious as to how the author and a lot of these commentors would have liked for Mariah to respond. By getting into a dog cussing, fist fighting, weave pulling brawl?

  • African Mami

    ?!??!?!

    Please Clutch, leave the gossip yada yada for theYbf. What in the world.

  • http://www.facebook.com/AAlexKing Ariana Alexandra

    PAUSE The comparison between Nicki and Em is being made to literal. Em threatened to expose sexual secrets not “fuck her up” Also Nicki is a straight hood chick. Being a woman and being a threatening persona are not at all related and those are both spaces that Nicki Minaj could plausibly exist in. If I were Mariah I wouldn’t want to be considered in the same ranks as Nicki either. Not because she’s black but because I feel that her fame is due to an overtly sexual display and ghetto taste level. One could name a litany of artists who are also black and do not fill either category. What’s most sad is that Nicki does not lack talent she just traded in her skills for money. I guess you can’t blame her, but that doesnt mean you have to approve of it either. When it comes to the beef with Em Mariah didn’t have to deal with that. It as a traditional “my husband will come save me” situation. There was nothing gangster about her in that situation Nick was the one with all the go hard. Also it was handled through music, not someone whom she has to sit with on a daily basis in her place of work.
    Either way there are some situations where race is an issue and some where it is not. just feel that this one is a bit of a stretch. And one that did nothing but reduce a more complex situation to an issue of nothing but black and white. Lets be honest MiMi is grey anyway.

  • Yb

    “many times has she got into a cat fight with another female artist?”

    Umm Whitney Houston and Christina Aguleria.

    And why are you, a black male, on a black woman’s website spewing your hatred. Know one is giving anyone a pass but you toward Mariah. Obviously you have an issue with black women. To the upper right corner of your screen there is an “X” button. I suggest you click it.

  • Hehe

    What? Okay first of alll it doesn’t matter what sly remarks MC made Nicki handled herself completely wrong. You don’t cuss and scream and threaten another person. Please spare me that Mariah was playing the white girl card. I just don’t understand how you can come to the defense of woman who not only debase Black women in her lyrics but also threatened another grown woman.

  • Ms. Vee

    This is retarded. Regardless of how Mariah chose to play on the “defenseless white girl in distress” card does not excuse Minaj’s belligerent, crass and ghetto behavior. If Minaj truly gave a damn about not perpetuating the negative stereotypes of black women (even though she is technically dougla) then she would’ve held her tongue and addressed Mariah off camera. Minaj made herself look bad. Nonetheless i don’t understand why any black woman worth a damn would want to identify with a plastic self hating, tourrette syndrome having, glorified hoodrat. I am not the biggest Mariah fan, nor do i claim her as a black woman (she is biracial folks). However, she is a legend and possess something Nicki does not have….talent.

  • Odile

    But you’re right about how black women drag each other down and feed stereotypes.

    @Misty_Moonsilver, actually this is exactly what you’re doing…spreading stereotypes and presuming this is an unassailable fact.

  • Mike

    “When we got together, it was like magic,” Houston told Oprah. “We clicked. We talked, we laughed like old girlfriends.” Carey said all the talk of a rivalry was fabricated.

    Try again.

  • Shirl

    I didn’t take your comment as spewing hatred towards black women…in my humble opinion it must be nice to have to worry about nonsense when most of us are worried about jobs, the economy, mortgages, health insurance etc. (by the way I don’t believe the “legend” is playing the race card in any way).

  • KitKat

    Race identity flip-floppers have an, even, bigger playing field for doing this -ish. These antics are more at their disposal, especially when they look like Mariah Carey.
    That sums it up perfectly. Mariah was molded with the help of Tommy Mottola to be a frail, delicate, tragic mulattoo. A caged bird in a world that would cause her harm. Together they knew exactly how to play to the skin tone bias of white folk and color struck blacks.

  • Yb

    I’m not going to go back and forth with you. There are numerous sources detailing her issues with Whitney. The rivalry is infamous. And to debate only ONE of the examples I listed is lazy.

    And to add the list of women Mariah had issues with along with Whitney and Christina, also add Madonna, and Jennifer Lopez.

    http://music.yahoo.com/photos/mariah-carey-s-music-feuds-slideshow/a-photo-1349377650.html

    http://www.taletela.com/news/17460/why-did-mariah-carey-embarrass-whitney-houston

    Nicki’s behavior is not justifiable, but to say Mariah has never had beef with other women artists is dead wrong. And next time use sources.

  • c

    Really Clutch? Really?

  • KitKat

    Mixed race folks that look like Nicki don’t get the same treatment as a Halle/Amber/Cassie types. To most Nicki just looks like a black chick playing dress up, not a mixed race woman who loves outrageous fashion. I find that people who have to remind others that they are mixed, usually don’t receive the “benefits” other(whiter/more exotic looking) mixed race folks enjoy.

  • BoutDatLove

    Don’t take it so serious, they are only doing this for ratings.

  • GlowBelle

    *eyeroll* This article is stupid, and this whole incident is even stupider.

    Is this 1995 again? Are we really questioning about Mariah Carey’s “blackness”…as a mixed person myself, I take offense to people who assume that whenever something bad happens that I flip-flop and pull out a Taylor Swift. Hell no. ANYBODY who was threatened like that would get a little nervous and since Mariah has the money…she’s going to hire a team of people to watch her precious ass. Mariah probably felt threatened by the nutcase that is Minaj and to be honest I don’t blame her for doing what she did. People need to wake up and stop pandering to Minaj acting like her ‘gangsta girl’ vibe is cute. Don’t we already get upset when we see little four-year-old girls dance to her music and act like her, oh, but when Mariah gets threatened, we’re supposed to side with Minaj? Um, no.

    Now as a Mariah fan, I know she’s not a saint and can kick start her own drama and has done so in the past with other women — but, to my knowledge, she has never threatened people’s lives. Minaj knows she stepped out of line, and here is Clutch giving her hood rat self a pass just because Minaj is the flavor of the month right now and that she’s a darker shade than Mariah. For shame.

    I’m not counting out that they could be doing all of this for ratings, because American Idol is a dead horse. A few more beatings and they’ll get their ratings up. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if this is a pure ploy to get people to watch and see the drama, but for the moment, this article is just reaching.

  • LaNubiana

    What is this? Am I on the dailymail? Let me check my URL again.

  • aletha

    Clutch…you are really reaching. Race card? I only come to this site because a friend always points out ridiculous articles like this. smh. Do you know that there is a Vice Presidential debate happening tonight? DO you know that the first Black woman to win Best Director award’s film is opening tomorrow? Let’s try to be more positive shall we.

  • http://www.clutchmagazine.com Clutch

    Thanks! We have a plethora of articles by all types of writers. Also, you should look around our site – we have SO many other articles and to say we have ridiculous articles/writers …well.. is ridiculous. Thanks for your comment though and you and your friend should browse our site and see fully what we offer as a site :)

    We cover what you mentioned we should PLUS more – and on a daily basis – and it’s sad that people “pop” onto our site to make comments such as yours – when you don’t visit daily and see what we bring to the table daily.

    Thanks again!

  • Blaque217

    You know what? People argue. People lose their cool and raise their voices from time to time. The only difference here is that Mariah and Nicki M are celebrities and someone captured this moment on tape.
    That being said, to suggest that Mariah is playing the “scared white girl role” or whatever is an insult.

    Clutch said: “As black women, we’re notorious for pulling one another down and feeding into the stereotypes society lends to us”

    But isn’t that EXACTLY what this article is doing? Mariah Carey is a Black woman. A mixed race Black woman, but a Black woman nonetheless. This article is doing nothing more than playing in to the prejudice that exists among women of color. Because she is light skinned she’s not allowed to feel threatened?
    If someone I had to see on a regular basis repeatedly called me a b*tch and made a veiled threat, I would feel unsafe as well.

    Regardless of what Mariah said before the cameras started rolling, Nicki’s rant was incredibly unprofessional and downright HOOD. How did Mariah become the villain here?SMH

  • http://valsotherblog.wordpress.com Val

    I agree. After Nicki made that song, “Stupid Hoe”, I have no respect for her at all. And anyone who would release a song like that obviously hates women and might indeed be dangerous to other women.

  • Sabrina

    When did Mariah say Eminem gets it “poppin in the hood?” I’m wondering if this is a reference to the line in Obsessed when she calls out his ecstasy use saying he “gets it poppin.” I don’t understand how Mariah pulled any race cards here. Nicki reportedly said, “if I had a gun, I’d shoot that bitch.” That’s totally different than Eminem suggesting they slept together.

    Eminem’s crap talk was always on records not in face to face arguments. This seems like a reach — pitting a lighter-skinned woman against a (barely, BTW) darker-skinned woman.

    Who brought up race? No one but Nicki Minaj when she suggested Mariah (friend to Brat, ODB, Jay-Z, etc) made that allegation because she was a black rapper.

  • http://n/a Intelligence

    Ridiculous article

  • CanV

    Yes, Mariah is playing both sides of the “race card,” I hate that phrase by the way, and when I heard her statements I had to laugh to myself. But I can’t stand Nicki Minaj and feel that she deserves whatever she gets. Aside from that, this is a grown up world, and in the adult world we respond to things as professional ADULTS. So as an adult:

    When someone says something we do not like we do not go on cursing tirades. This is a Black woman stereotype and Nicki consistently promotes Black women stereotypes (which is why I can’t stand her).

    Yes in the music industry people are known to do those things (cursing, tirades), but I can guarantee that the people around you will smile in your face when you’re up and line up to kick you when you’re down because they want to see you fail.

    So yes, Mariah is smart enough to play this to her advantage, but really this is a HUGE lesson to Nicki: If you want respect and sympathy from people you have to conduct yourself in a respectful and sympathetic way.

    If Nicki had set back and calmly articulated her thoughts and opinions to Mariah she probably would have made Mariah look like a demanding diva. But since she had to handle it “street style” she basically PLAYED HERSELF. And now she gets to see how many fans and supporters she DOESN’T ACTUALLY HAVE, which has to hurt and she’s trying to call foul and get sympathy on her side but of course it is slow in coming.

    Either way both are making Black women look bad and I personally have been done with them musically, long ago (I don’t buy their albums). The only real winner here is American Idol because over time the audience will see Mariah’s treatment of the contestants and of Nicki Minaj and she will look bad as well.

  • http://n/a Intelligence

    So, playing a victim = playing white girl in urban neighborhood? Cause white girls are scared in urban neighborhoods? Cause a beef between her husband and Eminem is a logical comparison as to extra security/lack thereof in either situation? Cause anything about Nicki’s reputation is tarnished from this? Cause all us black women depend on Mariah to tell us who to like? And her “fairy godmother” Barbara Walters? (of course that Walters’ is white adds to her using a white side of a race card).

    Nothing about this article is logical. Mariah is acting like a wimp, for lack of a better term, yes. So that makes her using the white side of a race card? The correlation of the recent epidemic of black women embarrassing themselves via reality television isn’t really the same as Sarah Baartman either. It seems like that was just a stretch to make the reader believe the author was knowledgeable (unless you read and understood Hottentot Venus….then, not so much). What bothers me, as a black woman, is that this article sounds divisive of black women. Because Mariah is a crybaby, suddenly she’s using whiteness to win a fight. Don’t divide us this way. She’s acting like an intimidated diva for sure. Sounds like the author has issues with Black women who also have direct-Caucasian descent. Therefore anytime they act scared (or less Black as the author would have you believe) they want to be white.

    Sit down.

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    Agreed! I am so confused with this article and one contradictory after another. I bet the author would sing a different tune if it was a white artist that pop off on Mariah Carey. I understand wanting to give a united front as black women and fix stereotypes about us but let’s not condone bad behavior in sake of it or police other black women feeling or actions.

  • Marseeuh

    That was a great article clutch, I was thinking the same thing.

    “Because of a childish intolerance, you weren’t able to deal with Nicki’s quick advance, especially with her lack of experience. Thus, you’ve started a rampage to tarnish the image of another woman to advance your own career. How dignified.”

    ^^My Favorite part ^^ ::so true::

  • Vixen

    Let’s look at the difference in the situation of Eminem and Mariah vs. Nicki and Mariah.
    A guy you dated a few months who decides to devote multiple songs on multiple records and give multiple interviews about you years after you’ve seen them at all is COMPLETELY different from someone you have contracted to work just a foot or two away from for several months cussing you out and threatening you (on and off camera).

    Here’s another thing, Nicki Minaj is a loose canon. She exhibits this behavior in all her interviews and performances and she is known for making a scene just to get her name out there. She may not at all times be portraying thug behavior like other lady rappers you questioned yourself about, but she hangs with a “crew” composed of known felons and thugs and flips the “hood card” when she wants to. So the question becomes, was she Black Barbie or thug wanabe that day?

    Mariah is a mother and whether or not she’s a diva, she’s been in the game much longer than Nicki and she’s not some small star with a long ago faded career as well as mediocre vocals. She is one of the best known, best-selling, and best-sounding vocalist across ANY genre of music. If that little girl can’t show enough respect to walk away or at least argue without all the name-calling or threats, Mariah has every right to catch her divatude and an extra bodyguard or two if she wants.

    You can go somewhere with the race card b.s.

  • NoThanks

    Childish intolerance? Is that what we call it now? So Mariah chooses not to argue back with Nicki and this makes her “white.” Cause black people are supposed to fight back and forth like children all the time.. oh wait “get it on an poppin.” my bad.

  • http://www.clutchmagazine.com Clutch

    Thanks for your comment – but disrespect to our writers is something we don’t do. The site has women from all types of backgrounds and writing history – but I am sure Bossip is not one of them, but if some do – then that’s fine too. – But, coming to the site to state a beef with one article by one woman is very childish (as you stated) and disrespectful to the writer who put her thoughts out to our audience. If you have any other comments – please feel free to email us directly :) And feel free not to visit the site anymore – if you can’t be respectful to the site and the writers who choose to write on this platform.

    Thanks! :)

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