Eve Has Some Things To Say About Nicki Minaj's 'PAPER' Magazine Cover

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In her new interview with Paper magazine for the outlet's Break the Internet issue, Nicki Minaj reveals she'd be game to collaborate with Beyoncé on what the reporter called "a female equivalent to [Kanye West and JAY-Z's] Watch the Throne".

Later, Eve fired back and explained what she meant regarding her remarks. "For me personally, as I was coming up in this business, I started realizing young girls were looking up to me and younger people were looking up to me and not that you want to be a role model but it is what you are".

Despite Eve further defending her commentary via Twitter, the Barbz army is on full massive attack mode for what they've deemed Eve's shade at Nicki, and they aren't letting the Ruff Ryders first lady forget about her X-rated past either.

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"As I've gotten older ..." For the Nicki fans, because I know I'm gonna get some tweets from her fans, honey ... "I think in this climate, it's not good". I can be a voice for those girls that might not have a voice, in a different way without showing myself off ... The first such possibility she discussed is an album with Beyonce, one she says their fans have been pining for since they first began collaborating a few years ago. Go women in Hip-Hop. It's not my thing. "I think the important message is to be a strong, powerful woman and to be in control of what you do in your body and just show that you love yourself".

"I would be open to doing [that] if the time was right", said Minaj.

The chart-topping rap star has revealed she doesn't take her detractors too seriously because she's ultimately able to turn to God for support.

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