Though Minaj quickly removed the love-inspired tweet, according to the site, Necole Bitchie, the article managed to screen-grab the message from Minaj, which reads, "I'll always love you."
Even more telling than the message itself is the day it was posted: March 7, Minaj and Safaree's would-be 11th anniversary had they stayed together. There's also the fact that Safaree seemed to respond to Minaj's sweet tweet, saying, "I'm not gonna front like I dnt kno wat today woulda been I hope ur happy and wish u nothing but the best.. luv u 4ever. no love lost."
But Minaj quickly took to Twitter with some more cryptic tweets, this time aimed at Necole Bitchie and their purported lies in the article.
- @necolebitchie that's a fraudulent story. I expect more from u at this point in your career.— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) March 9, 2015
If I wanted to start confessing my love to an Ex, I'd call or text. Social media isn't the place Hate addressing this stuff. Please stop.— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) March 9, 2015
Side note — and the above tweet is where I really start to scratch my head here — this is far from the first time Minaj has used social media to air some relationship drama. Just last December, the rapper went on a Twitter rant likely also fueled by Safaree, in which she called out a person for their disappointing behavior despite her loyalty.
I know you mean well, thank you for the well wishes but creating fictional stories out of a couple tweets for a juicy story isn't journalism— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) March 9, 2015
It's unclear if Minaj is asserting that the tweets were entirely fabricated and, thus, the story bogus, or if Minaj is simply trying to say that the deleted tweet wasn't meant for Safaree. But it appears to be the latter.
Still, Necole Bitchie is defending the post, reaching out to Minaj to clarify which parts of the article she took fault with.
For the record, I'm only asking her what part of the story posted was false? We do our research and change things when they are wrong— Necole Bitchie (@necolebitchie) March 9, 2015
In no way did the story tear her down nor was it meant to be harmful. I'm only asking for clarity on what's wrong that's all.— Necole Bitchie (@necolebitchie) March 9, 2015
Which, so far, only got the site another negative tweet from Minaj and has encouraged Minaj's ardent fan base to start using #AreYouAPsychic.
#psychic the new shit. The next level in journalism. Damn. Just admit u don't know who or what my tweet was about n move on. It's ok— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) March 9, 2015
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