Nicki Minaj Reportedly Never Slept With Quavo - She Spent Time With Him 'To Make Cardi B Mad'

Nicki Minaj Reportedly Never Slept With Quavo - She Spent Time With Him 'To Make Cardi B Mad'
Credit: Source: bet.com

Quavo clapped back at Nicki Minaj with his debut solo album called Quavo Huncho. He insinuated there that he had a fling with Nicki Minaj in a track that's called 'Huncho Dreams.'

This came right after she aimed at him in her hit, 'Barbie Dreams.'

Rumors started popping up claiming that they had slept together after Quavo’s controversial lyrics said the following:

'She said I hurt her feelings 52 times (Two) / Call up queen (Nicki) / The queen can’t flex on a young bull (Flex) / Made her scream (Scream) / Chanel, I bought her two of ’em / You can check IG (Hey, IG) / ‘Cause when she posts, it go up.'

On the other hand, a source close to Nicki spilled the tea on the situation for Hollywood Life and had something really interesting to say.

It seems that Nicki just spent time with Quavo, but, 'never slept with him and just wanted to use Quavo to make Cardi mad.'

Everyone knows about Nicki and Cardi B's feud, and it’s no wonder she may have used Quavo to get back at Cardi.

'Rappers like Quavo can’t get women like Nicki, and they have to settle for Instagram thots,' the insider said.

Nicki also had a relationship with Meek Mill and Safaree Samuels, and apparently learned her lesson after these breakups.

The source continued and said 'After dating Meek, and after everything she went through with Safaree, Nicki vowed not to mess with rappers or guys in the industry again because they are messy and she knows they’ll spill secrets of their relationship.'

The insider explained that Nicki doesn't want to settle for someone who is not as successful as she is and that's why she would not mess with Quavo.

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  • Camecia Walker
    Camecia Walker Nov 6, 2018 5:51 AM PST

    F.O.H. Quavo smashed!

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