Nicki Minaj does NOT want Wendy Williams talking about her new husband and his criminal past.
via Page Six:
The newlywed took to her “Queen Radio” platform to call out Williams, who referred to Petty as a “killer” and “sex offender.” As a teen, Petty was convicted of attempted rape of a 16-year-old girl. He also pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in March 2006, serving seven years of his 10-year sentence.
For Minaj, Williams hit below the belt, especially considering her own relationship woes of late.
“It’s not about doing your job,” Minaj said. “There are people who report the news and there are people who do it with an evil intent in their heart, viciousness. And I pray for you because I know you’re hurting and I know you must be sick and humiliated.”
She went on, “I didn’t know that in our society, you have to be plagued by your past. I didn’t know that people can’t turn over a new leaf. I didn’t know that your viciousness and evilness was this deep-rooted.”
“When a woman isn’t really being loved at home, the viciousness is a different type, so I really wanted to pray for you today, because look at where you are now in your life. Look at what age you are. You sat up there being vicious all this time, and paid for that man’s mistress all these years. You paid for her shopping sprees, you paid for her hotels, you probably even paid for her GYN bills, you paid to have that baby delivered, hoe. How you doin’, stupid?”
The Queens rapper went on to imply that Williams’ personal problems may simply be chickens coming home to roost.
“I know we’re human first, we’re human before we’re celebrities, we’re human before we’re personas. And I know you must have gone through a lot. But you are demonic, and that’s why this stuff unfolded. If I were you, I would go and pray, ask for forgiveness. You can report the news—people do it all the time—without the level of viciousness and trying to play dumb and doing all this nonsense.”
As far as we’re concerned, neither Nicki nor Wendy are in the running for ‘Relationship of the Year’ — so they should leave all this alone.