Nicki Minaj has something to say. In light of Kanye West’s erratic tweets, Pete Davidson‘s alarming suicidal message on his now-deleted Instagram account and Mac Miller‘s death, the Queens rap star is calling for people to show more compassion towards mental illness.

“We can be so insensitive,” Nicki tweeted on Saturday morning (December 15). “God bless Kanye & Pete. Being flippant about mental illness speaks more about you than them. Stop saying the word love & live it. Love is an action.”

Nicki has since received plenty of backlash and accused of “picking sides.” Some are asking her to not say anything at all since her boyfriend is a registered sex offender and some are suggesting she remain silent since the Barbz are notorious for attacking anyone Nicki puts on blast for allegedly wronging her. Minaj isn’t scared of the heat though.

“I’m not afraid of internet trolls, blogs, artists,” she says in reply to a fan on Twitter. “I don’t jump on band wagons. Many will never know what it feels like to have a mind of their own.”

On social media, where Stan, cancel and drag culture thrive, it’s become almost like a sport to hate and bully prominent figures without regard to their mental health. When Ariana Grande had public breakups with Davidson and Miller, her fans came after them both.

Grande recently had to ask her legion of fans to be a bit more “gentle” with Davidson after he revealed on his Instagram her fans had been bullying him online and in real life for nine months.

On Saturday, Davidson posted a message to his Instagram that suggested he is suicidal, which Nicki also commented on.

“i really don’t want to be on this earth anymore,” he wrote. “i’m doing my best to stay here for you but i actually don’t know how much longer i can last,” he wrote.

According to TMZ, NYPD has been notified and they’re on the way to do a welfare check. Machine Gun Kelly also has plans on making sure the SNL star is safe.

In Kanye’s series of tweets, he was open about his mental health and called out Drake for poking at him and Kid Cudi knowing their fragile mental state. He even expressed he was hurt Grande would use his Twitter rant to promote a new single, which prompted her to issue an apology.

Cudi seems to be satisfied with Nicki for speaking out.

If you or anyone you know is hurting, please do not hesitate to seek help and call the National Suicide Prevention line at 1-800-273-8255.