Nicki Minaj is reportedly suing a woman for calling her a ‘cokehead’, and the rapper is making it clear she won’t back down until she puts an end to the unwelcome lies being spread online.
Minaj claims Marley Green, who walks by moniker “Nosey Heaux,” posted a video on social media Monday accusing Minaj of being a cocaine user. The post says that Minaj is allegedly “pushing all this cocaine, shoving all this cocaine up her nose. Apparently. Thank you. Apparently. But we all know it’s true,” according to TMZ. Minaj rose to the occasion and posted an aggressive tweet saying she was taking bold steps to silence her haters.
Nicki Minaj is making one thing VERY clear, she and her legal team will not tolerate social media accounts making wild statements about her … and now she’s suing. https://t.co/2jNQodJS2x
— TMZ (@TMZ) 14 September 2022
“F*cking listen, I can’t even say allegedly with that, because I, we all know it’s true,” Green allegedly continued in his Twitter rant, according to the extract. “I am not allegedly saying that. Nicki Minaj is a coke head.”
Minaj returned fire by tweeting about her lawsuit. She made it clear that she was willing to take over any blog that contained malicious comments of this nature.
Legal documents refer to Green’s first video as part of Minaj’s defamation lawsuit, according to TMZ. Minaj also claims that Green made “mean” comments about her son when she allegedly said, “Your baby is going to be a rapist too.” It’s a likely reference to Minaj’s husband, who was convicted of attempted rape in 1995, according to the BBC. (RELATED: Bradley Cooper Reveals Depth of His Struggle With Cocaine)
— Nosy Heaux Live #SurvivingThePettys (@noseyheauxlive) 14 September 2022
Minaj’s attorney, Judd Burstein, says the “cokehead” video posted on Twitter by Green generated more than 2,000 likes and more than 250 retweets, which he says shows a significant number of people have been affected by the messages, according to TMZ. Minaj claims she has never used cocaine and is suing for defamation and damages of $75,000.
“When this case is over, she will no longer be allowed to use the name ‘Nosey Heaux’ because we will take her trademark away from her when she does not have enough money to pay the judgment. Anyone else spreading lies about Nicki will suffer a similar fate, Burstein told TMZ.
“My marching orders are to aggressively sue anyone with media or social media who harms her with willful lies. Eventually, the lesson will be learned,” Burstein added.