The Prime Minister added he was not familiar with the works of Minaj and would much rather listen to medical advice from the likes of Nikki Kanani, the Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England.
In an attempted comeback, the 38-year-old rapper jumped on Twitter in a humorous bid to reach Johnson using a British accent.
In Minaj’s voice note captioned, “send this to the prime minister & let him know they lied on me. I forgive him. No one else. Only him”, she said: “I thought you were so amazing on the news this morning.”
She continued to joke that she attended the University of Oxford, went to school with Margaret Thatcher, and how she’d love to send the Prime Minister a portfolio of her work – considering he doesn’t know much about her.
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🇬🇧 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 send this to the prime minister & let him know they lied on me. I forgive him. No one else. Only hi… https://t.co/QPWt0sf5c2
Just as you thought it couldn’t get any stranger – Piers Morgan entered the chat, of course.
“Professor Whitty beefing with the ghastly @NICKIMINAJ (one of the rudest little madams I’ve ever met) is not the breaking news that I expected today - but it’s most welcome. She’s peddling lies that will cost lives”, the ex-GMB presenter tweeted.
Minaj not only changed her Twitter bio to the “Rudest little madam” with a UK flag to mock Morgan but also responded: “Sir I’ve never met you. I know… we all look alike. “Rudest little madam”. I like it. Has a special ring to it.
“Thanks Pierce. Love the accent. I’d love to come chat. Scones. Tea. Clown nose & big red shoes for you. Lmk babe”.
Sir I’ve never met you. I know… we all look alike. “Rudest little madam”. I like it. Has a special ring to it. Than… https://t.co/lQzgoGhyUK
If the situation wasn’t already strange enough, Minaj then took a pop at the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg, who quote retweeted the video of Whitty criticising the musician's comments with ‘2021 everyone.’