SOHH Whatcha Think: Nicki Minaj Ends Her Twitter Life + Florida Ordered To Drop That Cash?!

Monday, Apr 16, 2012 12:20PM

Written by Jeezis Peace aka Tupac Back

Tupac back. Nah for real, I just saw homie perform last night. Yeah, it was a hologram, but the n*gga went in.

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]

Pac is back, and Nicki is gone. At least her Twitter account is. Word on the e-street is that she shut it down after finding out her music had been "leaked" by a fan site.

Nicki Minaj has deleted her Twitter account on Saturday following a dispute with some of her followers, MTV News reports. The rapper was furious with the Minaj fan site NickiDaily.com for posting snippets from her new album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, claiming that they were "leaking" her music. Minaj blasted the site on Twitter, and then tweeted "Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good fucking bye" before deactivating her account.(Rolling Stone)

Nicki mad as hell. Dah well. She has a month to come back. You think she's gone for good, or just pulling a stunt?

NickiDaily.com has since shut down, with the owners stripping all content from the site aside from a loop of the rapper's song "Dear Old Nicki," in which she raps to her younger self. As can be expected, Minaj's legion of fans - known as Barbies - were distraught about her leaving the social media platform. The rapper has 30 days to reconsider leaving the site before the account is deactivated permanently.(Rolling Stone)

In other news, Flo Rida may have to cough up some of that ringtone money. According to reports, homie is being sued after pulling a no-show at a concert down under.

NEWCASTLE, Australia -- American rapper Flo Rida, who is in Australia on a promotional tour, could have his assets Down Under frozen over a no-show at a concert last year. On Friday, New South Wales Judge Judith Gibson ordered Flo Rida -- whose real name is Tramar Dillard -- to pay concert promoter Brent Lean, managing director of Mothership Music, $82,540 in performance and damage fees for not appearing at the Fat as Butter music festival, the Newcastle Herald reported.(Rolling Stone)

Believe it or not, Flo was the headliner and just decided not to show up, apparently.

Gibson ruled that failure to comply with the order would result in the rapper's assets in Australia being frozen. In October 2011, two hours before he was due on stage at the festival in Newcastle, 100 miles north of Sydney, Flo Rida's tour manager rang Lean to say that the star would not be performing at the event. "We basically got a call at 3 p.m. saying Flo Rida had thrown a hissy fit was not happy about his Sydney accommodation and had stormed off," Lean said last October. Flo Rida had been promoted as the festival's headline act and his failure to appear left more than 10,000 fans -- who had forked out hundreds a ticket -- high and dry, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.(NY Post)

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]

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