Young Money’s Nicki Minaj has come forward to put an immediate end to claims ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels made on his Meek Mill-targeted “Lifeline” diss song this week.
Footage of Nicki taking direct aim at Safaree and his claims of helping her on last year’s The Pinkprint Album release during a Canada show last night (July 28) has surfaced.
“See, a b*tch a** n*gga can’t write my raps,” Nicki said to a crowd of screaming fans. “You don’t have the heart or the mind frame or the motherf*cking intellect, b*tch n*gga! You don’t even know how to pronounce these motherf*cking words in my motherf*cking rap, b*tch!” (YouTube)
Safaree’s diss anthem premiered online early Tuesday (July 28).
“You dream about Drake numbers in your nightmares,” Safaree raps. “But y’all hating on me and my little career/No matter what you buy I’ll be right there/I’m in the back of her mind like a new n*gga/I’m everywhere, TMZ making news/I left and I don’t want it back, the proof is right there/Thank god I’m free my n*gga, sh*t felt like a light year/You got a botched face n*gga – this n*gga bent outta shape with a gorilla face/My bars on ‘The Pinkprint’ no one will ever match/ My d*ck- print little n*gga you could never match.” (“Lifeline”)
Last week, Safaree allegedly addressed a twerking diss Meek fired at him.
Sources close to Safaree tell TMZ … he has no problem with anyone who is gay, it’s just not HIS thing. We’re told the video is from a Jamaican dance battle Samuels did when he was 17 — and he thinks Meek should be less concerned with his moves … and more concerned about Nicki. According to our sources, Safaree says Minaj still reaches out to him from time to time. (TMZ)