Nicki Minaj is headed back to the small screen this month with her own MTV documentary, Nicki Minaj: My Time AGAIN (a sequel of sorts to 2010's My Time Now).

In a preview from the 60-minute special posted on MTV.com, Her Minajesty makes some pretty hypocritical claims about the current state of radio and hip-hop in general.

“Most people don’t rap anymore; most people ain’t even trying to spit, they getting by being fraudulent,” Nicki says. “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?”

Seriously, Nicki? Have you forgotten all those RedOne europop songs you did, like Starships and Pound The Alarm? Or the endless EDM collaborations with Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, and David Guetta? Or the mindless pop-rap of Anaconda? And let's not forget the timeless classic Check It Out with will.i.am!

Just because Nicki's newest album has a few more rap songs than her last one did, doesn't mean she can strut around acting like 75% of her entire career never happened.

Anyway, if you're interested in listening to Nicki's B.S. (or you just wanna see her act like a mean egomaniac again like she did in her E! docuseries, My Truth) then tune in to My Time AGAIN on January 18.