Any Nicki Minaj verse from this point forward will be inspected for hidden messages, her cameo on Future & Juice WRLD's WRLD On Drugs is especially time-sensitive given the circumstances of her beef with Cardi B. Her existing beef with Cardi gave rise to the coined expression "stoppin' bags," which she fully dishes out in the closing line of her stanza.
Make no mistake about it, "stoppin' bags" isn't just a cheap thrill Nicki has opted to instrumentalize for dough; the expression is itself a reaction to Cardi's irreverence towards her. But at this point, "stoppin' bags" may be more of a cumulative way of seizing up the "opposition," at least in the eyes of a Queen who was once betrothed.
And as for the song, "Transformers" is primarily a Future record, as it employs the services of producer Jacob ATL, who is pretty synonymous with the Freebandz sound. Check out "Transformer" and the rest of WRLD on Drugs right here.
All his friends tryna kill it, eat it J.A. Dahmer
N****s snakes but, stupid, I'm the snake charmer
This a different tax bracket, upper echelon
I'm still the bad guy, I am a Decepticon
Some call me Nicki but some call me Megatron
I'm stoppin' bags and I don't need a red octagon.