Nicki Minaj Blocks Fan On Social Media — What Happened?
Nicki Minaj blocks a fan on Twitter to send a message to other users — play zero games with the queen.
The Queens, New York native has been much more active online recently, promoting projects with Kim Petras and Ice Spice, uploading the music video for “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” and promising fans that her upcoming album would be the greatest of 2023.
But as the public has more access to the celebrity, they are also learning how tolerant she is of stupidity.
Nicki Minaj removed a fan’s access to her page after they posted a less-than-attractive pencil drawing of her on Twitter.
The fan afterwards tweeted a screenshot of their restricted status and asked Minaj to unblock them, adamant that “it was a joke.”
okay just finished, thoughts? pic.twitter.com/KcH7cLyPrK
— Jaseᴺᴹ🐐 (@JASEPRINT) May 16, 2023
Nicki Minaj Coldly Blocks Fan On Twitter
You know what they say — play with the bull and you will get the horns!
Barbz, a collective name for Nicki Minaj’s followers, have a history of engaging in some fairly outrageous antics to get her attention. They are so devoted that when she shoved a fan last year in London at a public appearance, Twitter users were genuinely envious.
omg queen it was a joke😭😭😭. Please unblock me 😭😭 @NICKIMINAJ https://t.co/tDSoGmT1aM pic.twitter.com/GO3RsfSm2n
— Jaseᴺᴹ🐐 (@JASEPRINT) May 17, 2023
Of course, they’ve also developed a reputation for going too far; they’ve been charged with harassing Nicki critics in the past, and one YouTuber even considered filing a lawsuit against the fandom for an ongoing, years-long bullying campaign.
But at least we are aware of the one thing they can do to offend her: make fun of her in a sketch.
Do you feel Nicki Minaj had good reason to block the fan? Sound off below!
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