Nicki Minaj Can't Understand Why 'Everything On The Radio Is A Bunch Of Wack Verses'

In her upcoming MTV documentary 'Nicki Minaj: My Time AGAIN,' the rap star expresses frustration with the state of hip-hop.

In 2010, Nicki Minaj took fans on a journey leading up to the release of her debut album, and in part two of her MTV documentary trilogy the YMCMB rapper, now an international superstar, is wrestling with a whole new set of issues.

"Nicki Minaj: My Time AGAIN" follows Nicki through some major highs and lows over the past year, including her epic VMA performance, the release of her third album The Pinkprint and the heartbreaking end of an 11-year romantic relationship.

Throughout the turbulent times Nicki remains squarely focused on her craft, and at one point she expresses her frustration with the state of hip-hop.

"Most people don’t rap anymore; most people ain’t even trying to spit, they getting by being fraudulent," Nicki says in the upcoming 60-minute doc. "Everybody is getting by not pushing their pen… Do you know how many times I think to myself, why did I just rewrite this verse when everything on the radio is a bunch of wack verses?”

Catch the full documentary, “Nicki Minaj: My Time AGAIN” when it airs on Sunday, Jan. 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV. Earlier that day, fans can also enjoy a 30-minute special called “Nicki Minaj’s MTV Moments: #Barbzforlife," which highlights the biggest MTV moments of her career.