Miley Cyrus Takes a Dig At Nicki Minaj In Middlesbrough Performance
Miley Cyrus unveiled the cover for the much anticipated new album titled 'She Is Coming'
The Wrecking Ball singer is set to release She Is Coming on May 31 – she shared the album artwork with fans on social media.
The cover is shot by photographer Gray Sorrenti. The photo has an artsy black and white vibe – it shows Miley standing over the camera wearing a cropped tee shirt. The cropped tee has “Never mind the b******s” written on it.
The album launch comes after the 26-year-old artist performed at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Middlesbrough. The audience at the Big Weekend were enthralled when Miley performed three news songs from the She Is Coming album. The songs were Dream, Mother’s Daughter and one other which is believed to be titled Cattitude.
In her performance, Miley upset Nicki Minaj fans with her lyrics about Cardi B. A video from the Middlesbrough performance featured Miley referencing the epic feud between the two rappers with the line: “I love you Nicki but I listen to Cardi.’
Miley has been “cancelled” by fans of the 36-year-old rapper. But the pop star seems nonchalant about the backlash. The Disney star mocked the situation in an Instagram post on Sunday. Her post was captioned with: “I love you Miley but I listen to Hannah,’ in reference to her famous Disney character Hannah Montana.”
The Cattitude line does not come as a surprise as Miley and Nicki have had their own feud back in 2015. It is possible that there’s no real love lost between the two.
At that time, Miley had told The New York Times that Nicki was “not very polite”. Nicki then famously clapped back at Miley at the MTV VMAs saing: ‘This b***h who had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what’s good?’