Nigeria reality star, Tacha has surprisingly reacted to the news of Doja’s “Say So,” featuring Nicki Minaj hitting No. 1 Spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 list.

"OMG YAAS" – Tacha reacts to Nicki Minaj hitting no 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 list with "Say So" Remix

“Say So” remix had leaped from No. 6 to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs

chart, marking each artist’s first leader on the list and this has spark reactions from

the entertainmemt world.

Notably, Nicki Minaj shatters the record for the longest wait for a first Hot 100 No. 1,

by total career entries, as “Say So” is her 109th charted title on the tally.

She’s previously had several songs reach No. 3 (“Super Bass,” “Bang Bang,” “Till the

World Ends,” and “FEFE”) and saw “Anaconda” go to No. 2in 2014.

Tacha who was so excited on the new records broken by Nicki Minaj took to

micro blogging site, Twitter, to show her excitement.

See Tacha reaction to Nicki Minaj’s new milestone below:

“Say So” remix was the first collaboration between two female rappers to take the no. 1 spot in ever since Billboard started it’s ranking.

Nicki Minaj will be hoping she can build on this latest achievement and continue dishing out hit tracks that she’s known for ever since she started her career.

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