Unfortunately for her, she's been trumped by another musician, Travis Scott, which is where his daughter, Stormi comes into the picture.
Minaj released her latest album, Queen, on August 10 and has since done everything possible to get her record to reach the No. 1 spot on Billboard's 200 list.
Kylie and Travis caused quite the stir when they arrived at the VMAs over the weekend and did everything in their power to avoid Nicki Minaj after their spat.
She noted how Scott has been able to successfully crossover his album sales with his fashion business, adding that it skews the numbers in a way that Billboard will address moving forward.
There were lots of rumours flying around, but it wasn't until she announced the news on Twitter on February 4 that everyone knew for sure. Minaj also accused Spotify of downplaying "Queen's" promotion in retaliation for her debuting the album on Apple Music first.
It sounds like Minaj is fully aware of how ridiculous this is, and is taking the internet's suggestion as a joke, but still - not nabbing the No. 1 spot appears to have set her off. This is strictly music, between musicians.She supported her man like she should.
She said that despite her gripes, she was not bitter or upset as she tweeted. "She has been put in probably a little awkward situation, but this is not real life, this is entertainment". Nicki was in the front row near Ariana Grande. During a fan session last night (August 22) in Chicago, Grande's manager Scooter Braun predicted that her record would land at No. 1, to which Grande responded: "We got three days left, you don't know what Travis could pull".
'Travis will now sit on the opposite side of the room from Nicki, ' a source told the site.