Safaree Samuels accused ex Nicki Minaj of cutting him in assault

Lawrence Kim
August 16, 2018

Nicki Minaj is spending her day airing out her ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels.

"Remember the night you cut me and I nearly died the police and ambulance had to take me out the crib on a stretcher", Samuels said in a tweet.

Nicki responded - without addressing his stabbing claims specifically - and then the two engaged in a brief back-and-forth speaking on their past relationship.

Tyga was quiet about undergoing a hair transplant until Nicki Minaj shared the information on social media during an assault on ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels. No number one on your level acts like that.

The rapper, whose newly released fourth album Queen could top the United States charts this week, had previously accused Samuels of stealing her credit cards, and of paying for prostitutes during their relationship, in an interview with radio station Hot 97. "You used me but God had other plans", Nicki exclaimed. While I do believe her love/hate relationship leans more favoribly towards positivity, the timing of her babyface turn is a little suspect to those who witnessed her berate and battle impatient Tweeters for months on end. "And I'm just curious, if I were to make the list, how might you inform me?"

The exchange did not end there as Nicki, in a fierce response, made a decision to strike below the belt by accusing Safaree of once stealing her credit cards when her music career had started to gain momentum.

"Tyga sh*t ain't fall back out!" We both didn't trust each other. "Yours fell out cuz GOD DONT LIKE UGLY!" she wrote. You said you were messing with meek a few years b4 y'all got together and I'm not mad at that.

'Stop saying u packed & left!

"I did things for spite and so did you".

"I could tell you lying, get the f- out, don't yell at me/ I ain't mean to cut you I ain't wanna catch a felony", she said.

Safaree quickly fired back, suggesting that they didn't use the same doctor for the hair transplant. has contacted Minaj's rep for comment.

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