After Nicki Minaj posted a sneak peek at her upcoming documentary in which she was opening up about being a domestic abuse victim, her ex, Meek Mill, shared a pretty ambiguous quote that seemed to be a clap back at her. Now, fans are convinced it was him being defensive.
It’s hard to find it a coincidence that Meek posted one quote from a sociopath and narcissist awareness account so soon after Nicki’s heartbreaking confession about her past.
‘When cornered, they’ll lash out by claiming that THEY are the real victim. Their story will include your drinking problem, depression, jealousy, low self-esteem, financial woes, etc., thereby, gaining the very sympathy of their fan club. Meanwhile, YOU will be isolated and confused as this aggressive campaign transpires. And when you emerge, the trap will already have been set,’ the quote he reposted reads.
— SOHH (@sohh) October 3, 2018
It totally sounds like he is suggesting he’s the real victim and ‘sociopath’ Nicki Minaj is ‘lashing out’ by claiming she is.
That being said, not many Twitter followers missed the supposed message.
Some even agreed with him saying things like: ‘Nicki Minaj is trying to blame Meek Mill of being abusive toward her. This seems really weird that she would bring this matter up now that Meek Mill is about to collaborate with Cardi B. Meek Mill responded by saying that Minaj is a narcissist and she always try to play the victim.’
Here, the fan is talking about the rumors that Meek and Cardi B are working on a diss track of his ex at the moment.
However, HollywoodLife reported via a rep that it is not the case.
‘Meek Mill is still hurt that Nicki Minaj left him and moved onto another man,’ someone else tweeted.
Do you think the post was directed at Nicki?