Finally, the former stepdaughter of Nicki Minaj’s brother, Jelani Maraj, has told how the 38-year-old allegedly raped her when she was only 11 years old.
Speaking in court on Monday, the child recalled the spine-chilling account of how it all started in April 2015 when she and her mother were living with Jelani in their Lagos Island home.
Here’s what she told the court:
“It was a Saturday morning. I had went to him to go say ‘good morning.’ I had hugged him as usual. I went to go lie next to him as I usually do. When I did that, he told me to go close the door. He tol
Remy Ma’s first order of business after landing a new recording deal is teaming up with Lil Kim and shading the hell outta Nicki Minaj.
Sources close to the deal tell TMZ … Columbia Records exec Shawn Holiday signed Remy to a multi-million dollar deal, and Remy immediately started working with Nicki’s arch nemesis, Kim. We’re told their track is called, “Wake Me Up.”
The track is riddled with subliminal shots at Nicki:
— “That crown I’m gon take that sh*t. Cause you a clown and homie don’t play that sh*t.” “I heard he lay that d***. You let them filet that fish. You just met him how he bae that quick?”
Sounds like Remy’s taking shots at Nicki’s relationship with Nas … which, publicly at least, took off p
Nicki Minaj will be a star witness in her brother Jelani Maraj’s child rape case, Pitchfork reports.
According to Page Six:, Nicki will serve as the defense’s star witness.
Recall that last April, Jelani was formally charged with felony predatory sexual assault against a child by a grand jury. Earlier reports said the 12-year-old girl in question is Jelani’s step-daughter and he was said to have been raping the young girl for several months, with the last rape occurring the day before his arrest.
Minaj will be, in fact, the crux of the defense; in opening statements in Nassau County, the brother’s lawyer said Thursday that the whole case was an attempt to extort $25 million from the hugely su
Best female rapper, Nicki Minaj has never been afraid of setting the records straight.
Recently, XXL included her in the list of hip hop artists who shaped the industry, and she was the only female on the list . That issue stirred heated conversation as trolls and fans battled, and many critics asked why no other female lyricists like Lil Kim and Missy Elliot made the list.
Things went completely awkward after blogs quoted Nicki as saying she introduced female hip hop to pop culture, and that was all the ammunition her haters needed to troll her on Social Media .
Onika Tanya Maraj, known professionally as Nicki Minaj graces one of seven covers of T Magazine’s Greats issue and sets the scene for her next album, which she’s been working on in Miami.
The author of Bad Feminist interviewed the female rapper for The New York Times’ T Magazine, bringing to light part of Nicki Minaj’s life many people never knew, her struggles in the industry, her influences, and those she influenced, plus her eagerly-anticipated upcoming album.
About her life before hip hop, Nicki Minaj waitressed as a young woman, and this is what she said about that period of her life:
Love her or hate her, the facts don’t lie: Nicki Minaj is one of the most successful female artist the music industry has ever seen.
As new rappers like Cardi B, Rapsody, and Young M.A. make waves in this new generation of rappers, Nicki Minaj has recently come out to claim that she “re-introduced” the female rapper to pop culture. Minaj made the bold statement while speaking to XXL for their 20th-anniversary cover story.
She was asked what she feels her role in hip-hop has been and responded by saying, “My role in hip-hop has been super unique because when my first album came out, there had been so much time where there wasn’t a female rap album out that went platinum. There wasn’t a big female rap presence right before I got in. So, my role was reintroducing the female rapper to pop culture.”
Nicki didn’t stop there, as she spoke about how she doesn’t get props for her contributions to hip-hop. She went on to say, “I don’t thi
Nicki Minaj’s ex boyfriend, Safaree Samuels does not know how to keep the rapper name out of his mouth.
In new interview on Everyday Struggle with DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden, Safaree was asked about the Cardi/Nicki situation, if Nicki is ‘sweating’ over Cardi’s success, especially with the younger rapper breaking a 19-year-old record to become the first female leading the Billboard Hot100 Chart.
And Safaree said, “100 percent.” Asked why he says so, he added, “Because I know how she is.”
Nicki Minaj has lashed out after being accused of stabbing a Britney Spears fan with a fork.
The rapper on Thursday dismissed reports, which stemmed from a parody social media account, that she attacked the lady with a piece of cutlery during a childhood sleepover.
The story springs from a 2012 tweet the rapper made concerning a fight she had with a supposed bully when she was just 11-years-old.
‘When I was about 11 I snapped @ a slumber party n startin beatin da s*** out this girl who was pickin on me! Lmao. Her name was Dameka.’
American hip hop recording artist, Belcalis Almanzar, professionally known as Cardi B has not had peace of mind ever since her song Bodak Yellow moved to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, which made her the first female artiste to lead the chart since Lauryn Hill’s Doo Woop (That thing) in 1998.
Hours after she broke the record, rapper azealia banks went on Twitter to call Cardi a ‘poor mans Nicki Minaj’, and later, accused the younger female artiste of sleeping with men for rap verses.
Cardi B didn’t reply her but the drama added fuel to Banks’ fire because she has been going off since then. First she said Cardi was favoured for the chart because she is light-