Nicki Minaj has responded to Safaree Samuels’ controversial track, Love The Most. The song, which saw its online debut yesterday afternoon, left Minaj’s fans buzzing over the revealing things the rapper talks about — explaining how he stuck with the hitmaker for 12 years, only to then see her move on to Meek Mill.
Safaree, who has remained rather quite about his breakup from his ex-fiancee, certainly did not hold back when it came to his latest track. In one verse, he even recalls the time Nicki Minaj kissed Nas on the lips in her Right My By Side video, “feeling like a fool” for letting his woman lock lips with another man.
Regardless of what was talked about, Minaj has addressed the song on social media, thankfully not resulting in throwing any kind of shade.
Instead, the 32-year-old went on Twitter and stressed that her relationship to Safaree had good and bad moments. onetheless, she wants him to move on but wishes him well. “And just for the record, I’m in love with Meek,” Nicki said before adding, “Don’t hate u. Will always love u. I forgive u. It’s time to move on.”
Nonetheless, she wants him to move on but wishes him well. “And just for the record, I’m in love with Meek,” Nicki said before adding, “Don’t hate u. Will always love u. I forgive u. It’s time to move on.”
It was reported back in 2012 that Samuels had allegedly cheated on Minaj with a woman he had met at a star-studded party. He somewhat addresses the cheating allegations in the song by rapping that finding a man who doesn’t cheat is hard to find. That particular line is telling in many ways.
Earlier this year, Minaj had posted photos of herself sporting a ring. Many assumed it was an engagement ring that was gifted to her by Meek Mill, but the rapstress has yet to confirm these allegations. The fact that she has not stopped wearing this particular ring on her ‘wedding finger’ could potentially mean that Nicki is, indeed, engaged.
Her response to Safaree’s new song is her way of finally closing a chapter in her life. She’s moved on and wants him to respect it.
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