Just when you thought it was safe, it appears Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill are getting more shade thrown their way - this time by Safaree Samuels. The Brooklyn rhymer recently dropped a new song, appropriately called “Shade Room,” where he disses his ex-girlfriend and her current boyfriend.

While SB doesn’t say their names outright on the song, you can guess by the subliminal shots that he’s talking about Nicki and Meek.

In one line Samuels raps, “I entertain, I’m so set / Y’all n----s starve, I’m so fed / I used to have the black Britney Spears / But I couldn’t be the black K Fed."

Clearly, he's throwing shade at his ex the Queen Barbz. As for Meek, he spits, “No Mountain Dew, But It’s Code Red / No Skeletor, you a bonehead / Heard you dye your hair you a old head."

Finally, for any rappers out there hating on him, SB drops this boastful verse: "I'm doing shows out in Kingston, n----s / While your stock keep shrinking n----s / Y'all don't even own your publishing, n----s / Watch the contract you inking, n----s."

The tracks also features rapper Philly Swain who drops some grimy bars as well.

"Shade Room" will appear on Samuels' upcoming IAmSafaree EP, which is dropping soon. If you love the song, you can cop it via iTunes.

What do you think of Safaree Samuels still throwing shade at Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill? Tell us in the comments below.

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