As you may have heard by now, Young Money President Lil Wayne pulled Nicki Minaj from her scheduled slot at yesterday’s Hot 97 Summer Jam concert. The culprit: Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg, who, in his introduction of Kendrick Lamar, lobbed barbs at Nicki Minaj’s brand of pop-rap and its fans:

“Before I get to the real Hip-Hop shit of the day–’cause I see the real Hip-Hop heads sprinkled in here, I see ’em…I know there are some chicks here waiting to sing “Starships” later, I’m not talkin’ to y’all right now. Fuck that bullshit….I’m here to talk about real Hip-Hop shit. People here to see ASAP Rocky today. People here to see Schoolboy Q on this stage. That’s the shit I represent.”

The day began with an auspicious tweet from Minaj:


Five hours later–following Rosenberg’s sharp words–Wayne pumped the breaks on YMCMB at Summer Jam:


With the exception of a seemingly unrelated tweet, Wayne’s twitter assumed radio silence; Minaj apologized to her fans, citing Wayne’s edict as the final word on the matter:


So what do you think? Was Rosenberg completely out of line? Was he wrong to voice his opinion–particularly at a concert run by his employer–or simply wrong for the way he went about expressing it? Or both? Was he right to stand up for the music he believes in, allegiances be damned?

Check out the footage of Rosenberg below and toss your two cent in the comments.

UPDATE: Funk Flex had some choice words for Nicki and company when he took the stage later in the evening, saying “we ain’t fucking with commercial rappers no more.” Video below.

BONUS: Let’s not forget that Summer Jam has a storied history of high-profile beefs and drama.