Nicki Minaj Posts Cryptic Tweet Fans Speculate Directed at Meek Mill – Details Here!
Nicki Minaj has been in many headlines for many reasons over the past few months. Most recently because of her new boyfriend who fans were quick to point out was a sex offender and a convicted murderer. The star wasn’t fazed by any of that, in fact she posted various photos and comments to affirm her love for the new boyfriend, Kenneth Petty.
Fast forward a few days and fans and amateur sleuths have something new to investigate in relation to Nicki Minaj. She posted a cryptic tweet which stated, “You NEED your ops. Therefore you’ll never be the man. You’re a son. A man stands on his own ✌🏽🦶🏾🦶🏾 (two feet.”
Many fans speculated that the tweet was targeted at Meek Mill. Some assumed it had to do with her new boyfriend vs her ex-boyfriends. But the most corroborated speculations were that the tweet was about Meek Mill and his new No. 1 album on Billboard, Championships. They methodically broke down the tweet based on Nicki and Meek’s past history. The speculation is that the cryptic tweet means that Meek would have never got a Billboard Top 10 record alone. He only got his first ever Top 10 record with his single “Going Bad,” because Drake was featured on the track. Now that’s a lot of speculating but you gotta love fans for doing what fans do. We’ll keep you posted if and when Nicki lets us know what she actually meant. Stay tuned.
Check out her original post below which created all the speculation.
You NEED your ops. Therefore you’ll never be the man. You’re a son. A man stands on his own ✌🏽🦶🏾🦶🏾
— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) December 12, 2018
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