Mon, Jul 2 12:45 PM |Entertainment

Nicki Minaj Dragged This Writer In Private DMs, And The Internet Is At War — Receipts Inside

The unlucky recipient of Nicki’s wrath has since made all her Social accounts private, after allegedly receiving death threats from diehard Nicki fans.

Wanna Thompson, a Toronto culture writer, penned a piece which apparently Nicki read (or skimmed the tweet) before deciding to send her a pretty nasty message. Just to be clear, it did not have all that much to do with the critique. 

“Eat a [expletive] you hatin [expletive] [expletive],” she wrote, in-part. “Got the nerve to have a Trini flag on your page. You must not have heard the Pinkprint or ‘Pills N Potion’ ‘Bed of Lies’ ‘Save Me’ My recent feature with Alicia Keys, Tasha Cobbs,” Nicki vented. “Just say you jealous. I’m rich, famous, intelligent, pretty and go! But wait, leave my balls. Tired of you sucking on them.”

Uh. 

See Nicki’s DMs to Wanna in full:



In case you are curious, the original tweet stated; "You know how dope it would be if Nicki put out mature content? No silly [expletive] Just reflecting on past relationships, being a boss, hardships, etc. She's touching 40 soon, a new direction is needed."



After receiving the onslaught of rather intense DMs, Wanna screenshotted and shared them on social media, writing, “Nicki Minaj exhibited #Queen behaviour when she hopped in my DMs and insulted me numerous times over an innocent music opinion while her fans continue to harass me and DM me death threats. This is NOT okay.”



Ick.

"I can’t and won’t respect anyone who uses their platform to allow supporters to bully and/or harass individuals over a music opinion. Also, I can’t and won’t respect someone who uses their HUGE platform to insult someone personally over a music opinion,” Wanna also posted.

Nicki Minaj previously responded to claims that her music had become way too one-note during an interview with Elle. 

“Maybe I was naïve, but I didn’t realize how many girls were modern-day prostitutes,” she said. “Whether you’re a stripper, or whether you’re an Instagram girl—these girls are so beautiful and they have so much to offer. But I started finding out that you give them a couple thousand dollars, and you can have sex with them. I was like, Yikes. It’s just sad that they don’t know their worth.”


Hm.


So, do you think Nicki’s response was warranted? Or was that reaction really over-the-top and awful?

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