Nicki Minaj's Rap Snack Truffle Trio Have Landed On Sam's Club Shelves

Nicki Minaj has added a Rap Snacks collaboration to her inventory of successful exploits, and the resulting truffle trio is on sale at Sam's Club.

The Young Money record label scouted the Queens-raised Trinbagonian, Onika Tanya Maraj, in 2009, and she has since put the opportunity to good use (per Stars UnfoldedCapitalXtra). According to the International Movie Database (IMDb), the female rapper has been nominated for ten Grammys, won nine BET Awards, and six MTV Video Music Awards, among other accolades. Minaj has sold more than 50 million records making her the "best-selling female rapper of all time," per CelebMix. Because of the latter, she has accumulated a hardcore fanbase who call themselves Barbz — some of whom are allegedly happy to jump an opposition's mother, per XXL Magazine — but you will have to ask Mariahlynn Araujo about that.

The rapper's fans are thrilled at the news of the Minaj-Rap Snacks collaboration, and it seems they cannot get enough of it.

Sam's Club stocks Minaj's quick-selling truffle trio

News of Niki Minaj's partnership with the snack company first surfaced on June 30, 2022. An exclusive on People stated that she would formally announce the venture at the first post-pandemic Essence Festival of Culture. Meanwhile, Revolt reported that Minaj's truffle trio would be available at Walmart, Sam's Club, and the Rap Snacks online store.

Three months later, a TikTok by @dollfacetrixie confirmed that Sam's Club stocked the chips. On the same day, the Official Rap Snack's Twitter account tweeted: "Barbz Y'all cleaning us out!!! TRUST, we're working on ALL the restock." A day later, Rap Snacks posted a picture of the trio of flavors Bar-B-Quin' with my Honey Truffle, Sour Cream Ranch Truffle, and Salt & Vinegar Truffle. They captioned the picture, "Nicki Minaj's collaboration with Rap Snacks sold out in less than 15 minutes."

"THREE BOXES?? IT WAS YOU," said @minajpress in response to dollfacetrixie's TikTok, presumably blaming her for the snacks' quick sellout. While Sam's Club is stocking the snack, it is moving quickly. And going on a tweet posted by @1Shawayne, the reason is: Fans are buying the Minaj branded chips in bulk.