Though their ongoing sniping over the years has mostly been confined to tweaked lines in live performances, social media blocks, and petty shots atnew partners’ style, things boiled over Wednesday when Minaj, 37, made serious accusations of abuse against Mill, 32.
“N—a been tweeting bout my man for a year now,” Minaj wrote on Twitter. “Talking bout he went to my page to see him but he was blocked. My n—a, move on.”
Complex suggests that Minaj may have been set off by Meek’s public liking of a meme mocking her husband Kenneth Petty, though she quickly escalated things, taking to her Instagram story and writing “#TwitterFingers beats women, scared of men,” a reference to a tweet in her opening salvo referring to Mill with the sobriquet.
Mill responded quickly via Twitter, writing “The only way you can try to kill my career is to say I beat women … talk about ya brother convicted of rape and you been knew and paid for his lawyer … ya little brother touched that lil girl too! You know I know.”
Mill continued, “You sad you willing to crash your man because you losing now and everybody in the industry know you a bad person. You been knew your brother was raping that little girl that’s why I got away from you!”
Minaj’s rejoinder to that was to clarify her accusations of abuse:
“You beat your own sister and taped it. Spit on her & taped it. Kicked me in front your mother and sent her to the hospital.”
She also seemingly claimed that Mill is aware of extortion in her brother’s case: “You won’t tell ppl the mother is on tape asking me for $20 million to make the charge go away tho.”
In a now-deleted tweet, Mill continued: “You picked a great time to be saying I ever put my hands on you … ya bag getting low so you wanna destroy me.”
Mill’s final word on the matter, for the time being, appears to be this tweet: “For clarification I don’t hit women and I won’t let my interviews be filled with questions about her or any situation to do with her when I come out to do press for my new album!”
When reached by Page Six, Meek Mill’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, said “We’re not going to dignify this ridiculous accusation with a comment. Nicki Minaj can’t get over the fact that Meek Mill is reaching the height of superstardom while she is becoming irrelevant.” Minaj’s team has not yet responded.
The Meek-Nicki gulf cratered deeper in West Hollywood last month, where Minaj, Petty and Mill exchanged words in a boutique. Both camps claimed the other started the altercation, and Mill was escorted off the premises.
Source: Page Six