Nicki Minaj vs. Barbara Walters

The View host gets an earful for allegedly snubbing this "little black girl that raps." 

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Nicki Minaj's new reality series is called My Truth, and that's just what she told last night in a confessional about that American Idol feud with Mariah Carey.

Except this time, her frustration wasn't with her co-judge but, rather, with The View host Barbara Walters, who Minaj thinks denied her the opportunity to tell her side of the story because she's a "little black girl that raps."  Ouch. According to Necole Bitchie, Minaj said:

... I hear that Mariah went to Barbara Walters with some more fabrication. Telling Barbara Walters that I said something about a gun, which everyone knows I'm way smarter than that. Like, wow. I was like, 'Really?' My jaw was like open and I was in shock. I've never in my life said anything regarding a gun.

I did not say anything right away. I wanted everything to blow over, but you picking up TMZ and Barbara Walters ... and now you've done opened a can of worms. Am I not good enough for you to get my side because I'm a little black girl that raps? Because if I was J.Lo, you would've called J.Lo's camp. Are we not good enough for you now Barbara? Because you wasn't even there when I was on the show, Barbara. So I guess I'm not good enough, I'm only good enough to tell people that I'm unpredictable when you don't f--king know me.

Why would I want to have a rift with someone that I have looked up to my whole life. I've loved her. I even told her that in the meeting ...

Read more at Necole Bitchie.

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