Bryan Rolli, a Forbes writer, recently posted an article titled ‘Nicki Minaj’s ‘Queen’ Rollout Reeks Of Desperation And Hypocrisy,’ following the release of ‘FeFe’ a collaboration between Nicki Minaj and 6ix9ine.

In the article, Bryan professes that Nicki ‘needs a big win right now’ saying that the ‘Chun Li’ rapper is being very hypocritical and desperate. Bryan goes on to explain why he used such adjectives to describe the self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Rap’. According to Bryan, the Queens native not only flexed hypocrisy once, but twice during the rollout of her upcoming album ‘Queen’.

He noted her “shaming sex workers” in an Elle profile last month while selling sex appeal herself, and again whilst collaborating with Tekashi, “who pled guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance,” after she tweeted in 2012 that “people who abuse children should be stoned to death in public.”

Bryan mentions that ‘Chun Li’ gave Nicki her first solo Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in four years and she has since failed to make a notable splash on the Hot 100 list which is now dominated by younger artists like Cardi B. Drake, on the other hand, is seemingly keeping his Billboard Hot 100 and streaming numbers all the way up.