Nicki Minaj's ex Safaree Samuels may have tried to diss the "Anaconda" rapper with his new track, however, after Minaj shaded her ex for exaggerating their breakup in his song, it appears she's now using beau Meek Mill to help her continue to throw shade at Samuels via Instagram.
Urban Islandz reports that Minaj took aim at her ex after he accused her of cheating and drug abuse in his track "Love The Most," posting several photos of herself cuddled up to Philly rapper Meek Mill.
While Minaj set the record straight about her split from Samuels in a long-winded rant via Twitter, the rapper ensured her message got across when she posted a plethora of photos of herself and Meek Mill enjoying one another's company.
Meek Mill posted a photo to the photo-sharing site on Sunday, showing himself and Minaj hanging out on an airplane with the caption, "Member I was on the bench."
Fans revealed in the comments that Meek Mill's caption was a direct diss on Samuels, telling the up-and-coming rapper that he used to be on the sidelines wishing to date Minaj and now, he's her main man.
Minaj echoed Mill's sentiments by posting a pic of herself cuddled up to her boyfriend on their private jet, adding the caption, "lil baby actin like he sleep," referring to Meek Mill resting his head on Minaj's bosom. Fans also pointed out that Minaj is still rocking the stunning 15-carat diamond ring that Mill gifted her earlier this year, sparking engagement rumors for the new couple.
The news comes only days after Samuels was humiliated in a rap battle on Nick Cannon's series "Wild 'N Out," where he was consistently dissed for his highly publicized breakup from Minaj, TMZ reports.
While fans applauded Samuels for being a good sport in regards to his participation on the show, most of the disses centered on the fact that Minaj appears to be more in love with Meek Mill just months after they started dating despite having dated Samuels for twelve years.
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