By Adam S. Levy For Dailymail.com
Nicki Minaj took to Twitter on Thursday to refute Jessie J’s claims about her request to appear on their 2014 hit, Bang Bang, starring Ariana Grande, after Jessie J said Minaj “wanted” to be on the show. track after hearing a glimpse of it.
Minaj, 38, wrote: ‘Babe @JessieJ, didn’t hear the song and ask 2 to go. The label asked me 2 to get on it and paid me. How would I have heard the song? shit what the fuck am I the song monitor? Snooping around for chili songs? “
Minaj added that the idea was launched “by another artist recently as well”, adding: “You have to stop Love U”.
Latest: Nicki Minaj, 38, took to Twitter on Thursday to refute claims by Jessie J, 33, that she asked to appear in their 2014 hit Bang Bang, starring Ariana Grande, after Jessie J said Minaj ‘wanted’ to be on the runway after hearing a preview
She then posted replies to tweets in reaction to her original post, adding, “Can’t believe I cared what people thought / said about me. “
The Grammy-nominated artist spoke on the social media site after Jessie J, 33, spoke in an article with Glamor published on Thursday, in which she spoke in detail about five of her tracks, including the song with producer Max Martin, who hit number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Jessie J told point of sale that she and Grande had already agreed to turn the track into a collaboration after the producer previewed it for them.
“We both loved it,” Jessie J. said. “We just said, ‘Why don’t we both do it? So Ariana stayed on the second verse, I recorded the first verse, then Nicki played it in the studio and said, ‘I have to jump on it. We did not go to see her to ask her; she wanted to do it.
Comments: Minaj took to social media to explain how she got involved in the project
Outside: Minaj was pictured in New York City last year at a Marc Jacobs event
Minaj then posted replies to the tweets in reaction to her original post.
Minaj tweeted in response that she had “been promoting in the UK and heard it on the radio”.
In her interview, Jessie J said that she had “literally felt [she’d] won a competition ‘by being featured on the track with Minaj and Grande, 28.
The UK native said: “I will never forget: I was in my room in my flat in London and I was sent the version with Nicki on it. I just sat on the end of my bed holding my phone, looking at the floor, thinking, “How did I land this? ”
Jessie J credited her collaborators on the runway, saying, “Bang Bang would never have done what he did without them.
“The gratitude I have and, honestly, the experience of the power of girls,” she said. “Since Moulin Rouge, there hasn’t really been a big female song that’s really impacted like that. “