Nicki Minaj fans are in full support of the Queens rapper under any circumstances, but she’s warning the Barbz to stop with the threats.
Minaj took to her Instagram Stories on Sunday (November 5) with a message telling fans to stop attacking people on social media and in person.
“Dear Barbz, Be sure to never threaten anyone on my behalf. Whether on the internet or in person. Whether in jest, or not, I don’t & never condoned that,” she wrote before mentioning her new album.
“We have an amazing album right around the corner 12/08/23. It feels so surreal & euphoric. Wishing you blessings on blessings.”
It’s unclear if one exchange was the catalyst for Nicki Minaj putting out the PSA, but she’s had her fair share of “feuds” in recent weeks.
Minaj cleared up her spat with streamer Kai Cenat after she abruptly ended an Instagram Live session between the two.
“The fact that some ppl still don’t understand me & Kai relationship chi,” she began. “We from the same county. We can both take it. Pauz. Or my relationship with funny Marco. Some pl be thinking Marco is a random crazy man on the live.”
Some fans attempted to blame Cardi B and Offset for having Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty arrested last month after the Migos rapper was on the receiving end of Petty’s threats, which in itself was reason enough for the authorities to intervene.
However, Offset squashed the rumors quickly by claiming he had no involvement in the police’s actions to arrest Petty.
“Police ain’t never callin’ me,” he said to The Breakfast Club. “That shit a joke. Grown-ass man doin’ shit like that. I don’t even wanna bring it up ’cause I don’t want people to like— I just laugh at shit like that. I got real money, I’m handling real business.”
He added: “You know how long it took me to get away from that, like, that bullshit online, like so that’s why anything online like that, I just blow it off.”