Nicki Minaj is making the news again, in what appears to be a Kardashian-type onslaught of daily headlines. Yesterday on her Queen Radio segment on Beats 1 on Apple Music, she did her "C*** Sucka of the Day" bit (think: eggplant emoji if you're unsure what that word is) and the victim was Travis Scott's manager, Irving Azoff. Azoff is also the former CEO of Ticketmaster Entertainment. Nicki basically accused Azoff of conspiring against her tour and running a giant "smear campaign" against her. The tour, meanwhile, has been abruptly postponed (allegedly because of poor ticket sales.)
“There are so many powerful people in this industry that have tried to keep me from speaking up and this Irving man who works over at Ticketmaster allegedly launched a smear campaign. One thing I won’t do is let anyone sit around and bully me into a corner. Now, I know you have power and you have money — you have all those things — but I have loyalty and I have integrity. And I have two things that a lot of you will never have — balls. B-A-L-L-S. Allegedly, these people — he manages Travis Scott — tried to put a smear campaign against my tour. He allegedly contacted people in the media to say negative things about my tour. May god be with you Irving. May god be with you. It’s disgusting.”
Check out what Nicki had to say herself about the show and the cancellation below.
My darlings: 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/nBmsE2p9SI— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) August 22, 2018