Nicki Minaj’s growing friendship with Doja Cat could lead to a new collaboration

Without a shadow of a doubt, Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj are two of the most influential female rap pop stars in the history of the music industry. The natural chemistry between the two artistswhich resulted in one of the most commercially successful songs of 2021, “Say So,” leading their devoted fans to speculate that the two may be working together again soon.

Doja Cat’s first GRAMMY Award

As she sobbed through her acceptance speech as she accepted her first Grammy Award with SZA, the 26-year-old rapper may have just had the most memorable night of her career.

The two artists secured their first GRAMMY win with their legendary collaboration “kiss me more” which triumphed in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the awards.

SZA, who was forced to accept the award while using crutches due to a leg injury, is accompanied by speedy cat Doja, who, according to the SZApeed the fastest in his life as he ran from the toilet.

Doja tearfully accepted the award, adding that she usually “downplays a lot of crap” but that she believed it was a “huge thing” because it was her first honor.

On the red carpet earlier tonight, she was questioned about her choice to “quit” music after sparking a Twitter firestorm with an outburst last week; however, she did not give a precise answer to the question.

Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj Friendship Could Mean New Collaboration?

During the same interview, Doja Cat was asked by Entertainment Tonight’s Nichelle Turner which artist is at the top of her “wish list” and who she hopes to collaborate with soon.

Everyone knows it’s Nicky [Minaj]! She explained that this happens all the time.

Since he was 13 years old, the “Kiss Me More” hitmaker has been quite open on social media about his admiration for the rap queen and how she has been an inspiration to him throughout his career.

Doja Cat complimented and even mentioned Nicki Minaj on her song “Get Into It (Yuh),” which was featured on the Grammy-nominated album “Planet Her.”

The song appears to be intended as a tribute to the Trinidadian rapper for “paving the way for her polished pop-rap career.”

Minaj was asked to feature on the song, but she declined the offer, citing the fact that “there were middlemen involved” as the reason, explaining that it would be difficult for them to collaborate together on the song.

Nicki recently congratulated Doja on her GRAMMY triumph, and she posted their conversation about the honor on her Instagram story.

Fans, on the other hand, can’t help but notice that Doja casually texted Nicky “wyd” which means “what [are] what are you doing,” which sent them into a flurry of speculation that the two had been chatting frequently.

Some of Nicki Minaj’s followers even believe that Doja is the unidentified person with whom Nicki discusses her newfound addiction to TikTok.

After Doja mentioned Nikki on the red carpet at the GRAMMYs as someone she wanted to record music with, and since the two have exchanged frequent lyrics, the two might work together on anything. However, fans should stay tuned for additional clues in the coming weeks.

Growing friendship?

Fans were more interested in the message Doja had originally written to Nicki than the letter Nicki had written to Doja Cat. Imagine being able to text Nicki “wyd,” as one person said in the comment section of the article. Nikki’s thoughtful act was praised by everyone around her.

Nicki was never a hater as one of her fans stated in the comment section. Nicki continues to congratulate the other artists despite the ordeal the Grammys caused her. Respect rang out in another devoted follower. Nicki also shared a video she posted showing Doja Cat being interviewed by Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet.

Doja’s response when asked who on her bucket list she would most like to collaborate with was, “Who do I want to work with? Everyone knows Nicky is the culprit because it happens all the time. “This is Nikki”

Final lines

Nicki Minaj’s celebration of Doja Cat’s Grammy triumph on April 3 has fans speculating if the two are working on a new duet. Doja Cat and SZA Win Grammys for ‘Kiss Me More’ Doja Cat gave a fiery victory speech.

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