Nicki Minaj may have blasted ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels earlier this week for attempting to diss her in his newly released track, "Love The Most," however, the up-and-coming rapper is now claiming that Minaj's attack on his song was unwarranted.
The heated battle between Minaj and her ex began last week after news of Samuels' song made headlines for its tell-all lyrics about his romance with the "Anaconda" rapper.
In the diss track, Samuels raps about Minaj's rumored relationship with Nas and blasts his ex-girlfriend of twelve years for not wanting to have his child and ultimately leaving him for Meek Mill once she reached superstardom.
Hours after Samuels' track went viral online, Minaj took to Twitter to set the record straight about her and Safaree's breakup, insisting that it was not she who had been unfaithful, Urban Islandz reports.
"Lesson: don't cheat on a loyal woman. God will punish u. When he does, tell people the truth. The truth may set u free. Love. Always," Minaj revealed in her Twitter rant.
"God gave me a good heart. I always let ppl get over on me way too long. But that's why I'm blessed. I'll always b blessed. May God keep u," she continued, adding, "I'm happy today not b/c of meek. But b/c i know Im a good person. Don't hate u. Will always love u. I forgive u. It's time to move on."
Minaj then concluded, "And for the record, I'm in love with meek."
However, Samuels is fighting back against Minaj's claims, telling TMZ that the infidelity in their relationship was a two-way street.
"It's a two-way street, I'm not perfect, nobody's perfect," he began, adding, "I'm happy now. I couldn't be happier. I done put the song out, not as a diss song. I'm not trying to air nothing out. It's just me explaining where I'm coming from. I'm not trying to beat anyone down or nothing like that," he concluded.
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