Continuing, Minaj praised the success of her album, writing, "#Queen broke the record of being number 1 in 86 countries. Thank Jesus & thank you to my fans."
She also added that she had spoken with Scott and “he knows he doesn’t have the #1 album in AMERICA!”
Minaj then went on to claim that Spotify penalized her by taking away a promotion "they had promised for the 1st cpl days" because she played her album "10 mins early" on an Apple Music Radio show.
“My music went up on Apple so I played it. I assumed it was on Spotify & Tidal at the same time. Spotify said that Apple tweeted fans advising #Queen was up a& therefore they had to teach me a lesson,” she wrote.
She also wrote that her label "didn't want to defend me for fear of Spotify trying to teach Ariana [Grande] a 'lesson' too!"
However, the streaming service has denied Minaj's claim, arguing that they did support her release.
“Spotify supported Nicki Minaj with a Times Square billboard, a host of the largest playlists, New Music Friday and the new music release shelf,” a rep for the streaming service told Variety. “Her song ‘Bed’ actually saw an increase based on the promotions put behind the campaign. The company continues to be big fans of Nicki.”
Hours later, Minaj denied that she had beef with Scott or Jenner.
“People are calling me thinking I’m huffing & puffing. Omg y’all this is sarcasm/dry humor. Yikes. I’m having the most iconNIC time. Come let me kiss you,” she wrote, adding a series of kissey face emojis.
Continuing, she wrote: “When people call me & hear me crackin up laughing they seem so puzzled. Loosen up ”
Fans will likely be able to see for themselves on Monday night whether or not any bad blood exists between the stars as, according to seating charts, Scott and Jenner will be seated behind Minaj at the MTV Video Music Awards.