Nicki Minaj is probably getting off the gram if they do not place her likes.
Prior this week, the company declared that it will begin testing a feature in the United States that will not show likes from showing on specific accounts.
“I am not posting on IG post this week because they are removing the likes,” she wrote on Twitter.
“Hmmm what should I get into now? The wonder of all the time I will have with my new life.”
The testing will be given out only for a specific group of users starting next week, so Nicki may be conversing too soon.
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently said on the campaign with Wired’s Arielle Pardes and actor Tracee Ellis Ross stating that “it is about the youth.”
“The suggestion is to try and depressurize Instagram. Make it less of a competition.
Provide people more space to aim at connecting with people that they adore, things that motivate them,” he said.
“But it is really aimed at young people.
We have to observe how it affects how people experience the platform, how they utilize the platform, how it ponders the creator ecosystem, but I have been spending major time on this personally.”
The firm has already given out the feature in other countries, involving Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Ireland, Italy, and Brazil.
The feature will still permit users to observe likes on their end, but they will not be visible on public view.
It is not clear if that makes it any better for Nicki.