Nicki Minaj's new song "Yikes" has dropped in full and Twitter is loving it. The track's arrival comes after the musician teased a snippet via Instagram earlier this week, a move that brought controversy along with it thanks to a line that referenced Rosa Parks.

"All you bitches Rosa Parks, uh-oh, get your ass up," Minaj raps in the Pooh Beatz-produced track, which was initially shared with the caption, "Yikes, you a clown, you do IT for likes." Listen to "Yikes" below and keep scrolling for the backstory.

Not long after the "Yikes" snippet first surfaced online, fans flocked to Twitter to share their reactions, with many questioning why she decided to name drop Rosa Parks during Black History Month. Find the teaser post below.

Now "Yikes" has officially landed, Twitter has changed its tune, with some already hailing it the best song of the decade. Find the reactions to the full track along with the earlier snippet responses below.

Best song of the decade?

Happy Black History Month

When Rosa Parks hears the line

When Nicki Minaj enters heaven

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