Nicki Minaj to release new Lil Baby collaboration ‘Do We Have A Problem’ this week

It will follow her Jesy Nelson collaboration 'Boyz' from last October

Nicki Minaj has announced details of a new collaborative single with Lil Baby – ‘Do We Have A Problem’ is landing on Friday (February 4).

Taking to Twitter last night (January 30), the singer shared a new photo of her spread out across a bed, alongside the caption “2.4.22,” hinting at a release date of this Friday (February 4).

She’s also shared photos of herself and Lil Baby, alongside the track’s title, and revealed that a trailer for the song will drop tomorrow (February 1).


The material follows the track ‘Boyz’, a collaboration with former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson, which came out last October.

See the new teasers for ‘Do We Have A Problem’ below.

Elsewhere, a lawsuit for harassment against Nicki Minaj is to be refiled according to the accuser’s lawyer.


Earlier this month, Minaj was dropped from a lawsuit originally filed against her and her husband Kenneth Petty for harassment.

Jennifer Hough accused Petty of sexual assault in 1994 and filed a lawsuit last year against Petty and Minaj, accusing them of “witness intimidation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment” and other charges. She is also suing Petty for sexual assault and battery in relation to the 1995 conviction.

Hough alleged Petty raped her at knifepoint in 1994, when they were both 16 years old. Petty was charged with first-degree attempted rape the following year, and pleaded guilty to attempted rape.

He spent time in prison as a result but in March 2020, was charged with failing to register as a sex offender in California after moving from New York to the West Coast in 2019. These later charges were eventually dropped but federal charges were then brought, which resulted in Petty accepting a plea deal.