Actually, we don't hate it at all. Still, somebody out there -- probably some American Idol execs and Ryan Seacrest's mommy -- is stressed out by the steaming pile of Didn't You See This Coming? that is the Nicki Minaj/Mariah Carey feud.
Which, BTW, just took a turn for the bitchier. When the pair erupted during auditions in Charlotte, North Carolina, the tense words turned to formal threats as Minaj threatened to punch Mrs. Nick Cannon's lights out. We bet Idol's puppet masters wish they'd taken our advice and picked one or the other when they had the chance.
But what we want to know is: What do you think? Should Nicki Minaj clock Mariah Carey? Check the jump to cast your vote and check out footage of the spat!
We're not sure what sparked the firestorm, but we do know there was plenty of name-calling. Minaj referred to Carey as "her fuckin' highness," while Mariah compared her rival to a 3-year-old.
Nicki: Get this s**t in self-control. Get in control. Get in control.
Randy: Settle down, settle down.
Nicki: Don't lose your head. Don't lose your head [inaudible]. Don't tell me I'm a gangster.
Nicki: [inaudible] every five minutes. So every time you patronize me, I'm-ma take it back, and if you've got a f**king problem, handle it.
Nicki: I told them I'm not f**kin' putting up with her f**king highness over there. Figure it the f**k out. Figure it out.
Mariah: Oh why, WHYYYY do I have a 3-year-old sitting around me?
Nicki: I'm not gonna sit here every f**king minute to have you come down and harass me every minute every day.
Mariah: I can't see my kids, because you decided to act like a little crazy bitch and go all around the stage.
Keith Urban and Randy Jackson were there too with about as much poop in their pantaloons as Mike Myers did that one time Kanye West told a national audience that George W. Bush didn't care about black people.
So, what's deal, readers?
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