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Nicki Minaj Snubs ‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ Tessica Brown After She Reached Out For A Collaboration

Nicki Minaj Snubs 'Gorilla Glue Girl' Tessica Brown After She Reached Out For A Collaboration

LOOK, Nicki Minaj isn’t that cheap for any famewhore to get her jump on a potential trashy song. You got to be out there with a good song to land a verse from her.

Do you all remember the ‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ Tessica Brown? Yeah, she’s back with her first-ever song—and according to TMZ, she reportedly sent her new song titled “Ma Hair” to Nicki Minaj for a verse but got no response from the Trinidadian-born rapper.

From TMZ:

‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ is sticking it to us with more chatter about her hair fiasco — only now, she’s doing it with a beat, and she’s recorded it … notably without an assist from Nicki Minaj.

Tessica Brown is releasing her very own track, remixing snippets from her original viral TikTok video, with additional lyrics she raps. It’s called “Ma Hair,” and we’re told it’s due out Friday.

TB’s manager, Gina Rodriguez, says Tessica recorded it in Hollywood last month, and the track was put together by independent music producer/engineer Phil Valley. Apparently, Tessica wrote this jam all by herself … and it’s the first time she’s ever rapped.

As for *why* she’s bringing us all back to February — when this whole sad incident first went down — well, we’re told Tessica simply wanted to reclaim her voice for her own purposes and thought this would be a neat way to do it.

Here’s the kicker to this whole thing … Tessica and her team actually reached out to Nicki Minaj’s camp in hopes of getting her on the track. Of course, NM shouted out ‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ in her recent song, “Fractions.”

After the name-drop, which GGG and co. loved, they figured Nicki might be down to collab … but Rodriguez says they never heard back from her.

I check some comments on TMZ and people are already sh*tting on the song and bashing her for chasing clouts. People are MEAN!

And the fact that Nicki Minaj gave you a name-drop in her “Fractions” track doesn’t mean you should be chasing her for a verse on a potentially sh*tty song.