Shots Fired: T-Boz Throws Major Shade At Nicki Minaj And Says The Music Industry Is Full Of Slorebags With No Talent

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She went IN…

T-Boz Says She Doesn’t Approve Of Nicki Minaj As An American Idol Judge

YMCMB first lady Nicki Minaj has had a fair share of shade thrown her way since signing on as a judge for the upcoming season of American Idol, but the recent verbal slaying delivered by TLC group member T-Boz over Nicki’s new gig is certainly second to none.

The veteran girl group songstress had no problem going all the way in on the big-bootied barb when asked to give her thoughts on Ms. Minaj sitting pretty at the ‘Idol’ judges table.

via Kontrol Magazine

T-Boz sat down with Max of This Is Max while over in London for the MOBO awards. Max must’ve known T-Boz would give unfiltered answers to what she thinks about the current state of artists and Nicki Minaj as a judge on American Idol.

“How the hell is she gon’ tell me what I should be doing when her a– can’t even sing? Why is she there? Now they’ve got rappers that don’t even sing judging. So, this is totally based off of popularity I guess.

I mean, to each their own. Get your money, honey. All I’m saying is, I will never watch [your] shows again.”

Wooow.

Hit the flip to hear what T-Boz had to say about the current females at the top of their game in the music industry right now…

T-Boz also has the following to say about the current state of the music industry and the female artists who are currently holding it down.

“I don’t respect half [of] the people I’ve seen lately,” the singer told Max. Just because you’re on TV gyrating and boning and s**king pe****s, it’s not talent, honey. Maybe in the p*rn industry, but over here, we entertain.”

Daaayyyum. Sounds like she was taking clear shots and Bey and Rih-Rih, but maybe she had other female artists in mind too.

Do you agree with T-Boz about Nicki as an Idol judge and the current state of the female music industry?

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