Nicki Minaj Rails Against YouTube After Platform Age-Restricts Her New Music Video

"This is what they do to keep you from winning," Minaj slammed YouTube.

The American rapper and songwriter Nicki Minaj slammed YouTube. The social media platform age-restricted her 'Likkle Miss Remix' music video. She made the video with dancehall artist Skeng.

The YouTube community guidelines violation notice in their message informed Minaj that the video would not be visible to people who are under the age of 18. The content of the video is not suitable for viewers below this age. This means the video is age-restricted.

"Imagine this. They restricted my video yet have things that are a million times worse on their fraudulent site, which is fucking ridiculous." Nicki Minaj captioned the screenshot of the YouTube community rules violation notification.

The message said, "This is what they do to keep you from winning while they run ads for other people and put FAKE FKING STATS. Because the same ppl that manage YouTube are in bed with a particular record label and mngmnt corporation, " she continued.

Although YouTube restricted the under-18s from watching the video on the first day. On the very first day, the music video was seen around 800,000 times. Minaj responded to this by saying " They can't give us back our first 24 hours can they?!?!!! So mission accomplished".

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According to the screenshot she posted. The music video " Likkle Miss Remix" concluded to be "not suitable for viewers under the age of 18." The music video featured a cast of female dancers. They joined Nicki Minaj in twerking while posing with the male extras. It also had a group of partygoers drinking and dancing.

With the same screenshot, Minaj made another post addressing YouTube Music directly, "it's time y'all tell ppl that you're in bed with a whole record label & mngmnt company! How long have you all been playing the numbers game to deceive and pretend that people are doing "well" while in reality, they are not? she wrote. in the same post she also added," how much ad space did these duds purchase to be promoted on my channel in the last 5 years?!??!!!!"

Minaj's camp did not completely escape her wrath. Minaj claimed her label has declined them from buying promo for her videos. Minaj said. The DUDS working at my label let others use my videos all the time to sell weak garbage, but they told us that we can't purchase marketing for my videos.

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Lyor Cohen is the global head of music for Google and YouTube. He was the only person called out by name in Minaj's broadsides. This was after she issued a general appellation. This suggested that anyone who stood in her way should go commit a sexual act with their mothers. Minaj included this: "Lyor it better not be you."

"Because the same people who oversee YouTube are in bed with a specific record label and management business," she claimed in her post, "go suck out yo mudda huge pum pum. lyor it better not be you."

Minaj wrote on another post telling they did that to stop them from getting lots of views in the first 24 hours. According to her post, "this was done to prevent us from receiving a lot of views in the first 24 hours."

On Monday, YouTube removed the age restriction. They released a statement to Complex claiming that it has "removed the age restriction after it was determined that the video did not violate our Community Guidelines."

After some time, Minaj removed her two inflammatory postings on Instagram around Monday night.

Minaj released a 28-track greatest hits compilation album titled "Queen Radio: Volume 1,". Young Money/Republic Records released the album in August. This included her remix of Skeng's "Likkle Miss." Minaj and Skeng's music video "Likkle Miss Remix" premiered on YouTube on Sunday.