Minaj: "He's Sick And In Dire Need Of Rehab"
There are always allegations and feuds in the celebrity world. This time, they're coming from Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane, who claims to have bed several beautiful celebrities.
The Atlanta rapper, whose best known for his collaborations with Waka Flocka Flame (also known as Waka Flocka) and Usher, is fast becoming better known for his Twitter rants.
Mane's Twitter account is riddled with rants and he's used it as the perfect platform to air his dirty laundry — stating seemingly outrageous claims of who he has slept with, including Minaj and singers Ciara, Monica, Keyshia Cole and Fantasia Barrino.
Mane's tweets state that he and fellow rapper Waka Flocka have both been with Minaj. He wrote on Monday, "Me and waka f*** nikki minaj dats nothing, (sic)"
"Nikki minaj can do a trick with her mouth ask waka? (sic)"
Mane even gave supposed details of his relationship with Minaj tweeting, "Did I put nikki n 50 dollar room then let her move in. (sic)"
Well, Minaj is not going to take these claims lying down (see what we did there?). She has responded by slamming Mane with a rather humorous tweet, which unfortunately has since been deleted.
"May God strike me dead if I ever had sex wit that man #ugliness"
"He's sick and in dire need of rehab. #Love"
Even Waka Flocka is on Minaj's side, because he too seems to be denying Mane's claims, of which he was meant to be a part of. He tweeted, "Kids please don't do drugs @gucci1017 is the perfect outcome lol #IceCreamCone."
Uh, oh. Seems like Mane wants a little publicity? Well, his ploy has worked... except he is getting it for all the wrong reasons.
"Starships" rapper Minaj responded to these allegations once again, when she tweeted on Monday, "Career aint goin nowhere like horses in da stable/ b**** I'm in the mansion, flossin, clickin cable."
Other celebs have reacted to Mane's allegations with Ciara tweeting, "THATS GROSS" and Cole, tweeting, "Put it like this. Tweet that weirdness on my timeline and u will be blocked. #Simple.
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