Following Nicki Minaj and Cardi B’s beef at New York Fashion Week, another artist has come out of the woodwork to claim that Nicki used her power and influence in the music industry to thwart her career.
As it was previously reported, stars such as Remy Ma claimed that Nicki told producers and other artists not to work with Remy, otherwise, Minaj would sever creative ties.
The latest woman to out Nicki as a bully is the former star of Love And Hip-Hop: Atlanta, Tiffany Foxx. During an appearence on TS Madison’s The Queens Supreme Court web series, Tiffany said, “don’t be bitter and don’t be hating on other girls.”
“Nicki has definitely interrupted me being on red carpets,” the reality star explained, and according to her, her claims aren’t just about jumping on the bandwagon.
Following her audacious statements, Foxx spoke on Minaj’s feud with other female artists like Remy Ma and Cardi B. “I see why Cardi – when she saw her – threw that f*cking shoe.”
Nicki hasn’t addressed any of these charges publicly, but she did recently make a donation of $25,000 to Geoffrey Owens following his embarrassing media scandal where someone took photos of him working at Trader Joes purely for the sake of malevolence.
While Nicki’s sentiments were likely coming from a good place, some online suggested that Nicki was just donating money at the behest of her publicist, who acknowledges that Minaj’s reputation is under siege right now.
This all began when Nicki and Cardi got into a scuffle at New York Fashion Week, and Minaj supposedly made comments about the rapper’s parenting abilities.
Cardi B then threw a shoe at her, and security escorted the Invasion Of Privacy rapper out of the building. Later on, the “Bodak Yellow” artist claimed Nicki was speaking ill of her family and her daughter.