Is Nicki Minaj's New Breakup Song About Meek Mill?

"Regret In Your Tears" seems to have received a response from her rapper ex...

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have been broken up since the end of last year, and since then, Meek has taken a slew of shots at his ex, while Nicki, comparatively, has remained pretty tight-lipped about the whole thing — until now.

Yesterday, Nicki Minaj dropped "Regret In Your Tears," and the breakup song has many fans wondering if this is Nicki's way of publicly addressing her relationship with Meek.

"Cause you don't even know what you just lost," she says at one point. "You don't even know what you just had. You don't even know, and that's what's bad. Money bag long, that b*tch bad. Used to lay up in them sheets, they were snow white. Now you spendin' cold nights. You've been in the wrong so long."

Nicki posted about the song on Insta (and disabled  comments), dedicating the song to "all the bad ass, intelligent, strong, loyal women out there."

"When a man loses us, he loses so much more," she wrote. "Love YOURSELF! You're worth being treated like the QUEEN u are. Never forget that. They gotta APPRECIATE your magic. Or get the steppin. With Love."

Meanwhile, another verse has some wondering if Nicki slyly confirmed Safaree's allegations that she cheated on him with Meek, Dancehall Hip Hop reports.

"You gon' f*ck around and make me do you bad," she says. "Used to creep, creep, with you through the back. I count up the cash and bring you the bag. I count up the racks like Serena. Plus I got that ass like Selena."

So what does Meek think about all this? Judging by his latest Instagram posts - the first that came out less than an hour after Nicki's song dropped and the second hours later-- he's unbothered- or at least wants people to think he is. Check out his very pointed posts below.


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Mood..... forever

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[Photo: Getty Images]

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