Nicki said that the project is unlikely to materialize shortly because of their busy schedules, though she knows their fans would love to see it happen.
"I worked with Nicki, I got to know her on Barbershop... she's a nice person, she's an incredible rapper, and as a lyricist I respect her... but as a woman, from my point of view, personally, I would not be able to do that", the Grammy victor said.
"I think in this climate, it's not good. For me personally, as I started coming up in the business, I started realising that young girls were looking up to me and younger people were looking up to me, and that, not that you want to be a role model, but it becomes what you become, it is what you are".
Continuing with the discussion, Williams considered the reasons that could have prompted the 34-year-old singer to take the bold step. For the Nicki fans, I love her, respect her. I'd just rather be a voice that's uplifting... Go women in hip hop.
"I would be open to doing [that] if the time was right".
He wrote, "We have never called an issue Break the Internet since we did it back in 2014 with Kim Kardashian". Kardashian approved of the No Frauds hitmaker snap by replying with three fire emojis on her Instagram post.