Bitch, you ain't no Barbie, I see you work at Arby's
Despite Nicki Minaj’s association with Barbie, this is a shot at rich, white, suburban girls who present a ‘Barbie’ image (being affluent/stylish) while working service industry jobs (like Arby’s) while Kreayshawn, despite not being the Barbie girl, is actually able to live a life of leisure, where rather than work at Arby’s, she orders from there.
Kreayshawn has, however, taken shots at Ms. Minaj in interviews:
Honestly, man, this is no disrespect to [Nicki Minaj] because she’s got talent. She’s got an image. But when it comes to inspiring young women, her message is to be a Barbie — to be plastic, to be fake, to all have blonde hair.
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