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TROLLZ is a song by American rapper 6ix9ine and Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj. After being postponed twice, it was released June 12, 2020 as the second single off 6ix9ine's sophomore studio album TattleTales (2020), as the follow-up to "GOOBA", released four weeks earlier. It was written by the two rappers, along with its producers Sadpony and Jahnei Clarke, the latter having also produced "GOOBA". The song marked the third collaboration between the Hernandez and Minaj, following "FEFE" and "MAMA", both released in 2018. Lyrically, the song takes aim at internet trolls. On June 16, 2020, a new version of the song was released, featuring a different verse from Minaj and an altered beat. It became the first song from an indie label to top the charts in the US since XXXTENTACION's SAD! in 2018. "TROLLZ" set the record for being the first song by a lead female rapper to debut at number one.

The song is driven by an drum backing track and contains a beat. On the song, 6ix9ine employs his "usual" braggadocious delivery, with Minaj's lyrics containing sex euphemisms. Minaj explained that she recorded eleven different versions before the song was released in its final form.

Alex Zidel of HotNewHipHop noted that Minaj's verse contains a possible dig at singer Usher, when she raps: "Somebody usher this nigga into a clinic/My flow's still sick, I ain't talkin' a pandemic". Shortly before the song's release, Usher had said Minaj "got her 'blueprint' from Lil Kim", and he previously faced herpes accusations.

An alternate version of the song was also released, which opens with Minaj's original verse, as she raps in English with Spanish words ("He tryna put it in my culo, real fat gato / When he eat it, I tell him to squeeze it like a taco"). Prior to the song's release, Minaj tweeted the taco emoji, hinting at the song's lyrics.

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