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Nicki Minaj Disses Chris Bosh Hard in New Song

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I guess Queens-native Nicki Minaj is a New York Knicks fan, because rap's fiercest rapstress take aim at Chris Bosh in the latest track leaked from her new album Roman Reloaded.

Poor Chris Bosh. Dude can't catch a break.

The Bosh diss come at about 1:25, when Minaj raps, "I hear the slick shit / bitch you watch / All you hoes crying / Christopher Bosh," followed by a second of silence for emphasis and the sound of a gun click.

Bosh, you'll recall, admitted to shedding a few tears in the locker room after the Heat's loss to the Mavericks last year and his name is forever associated with tears. If it's not that he's getting compared to a raptor, or an ostrich, or a giraffe, or RuPaul.

Meanwhile, his teammates get lauded by the likes of Kanye West.

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