Nicki Minaj is urging the Barbz to refrain from making threats via social media on her behalf and to concentrate on her upcoming album.
On Sunday, the rap diva took to Instagram to advise her loyal fanbase to steer clear of online conflicts with rival fan groups without specifying the cause for her message.
“Be sure to never threaten anyone on my behalf,” she said. “Whether on the internet or in person. Whether in jest, or not. I don’t & never have condoned that.”
She reminded The Barbz: “We have an amazing album right around the corner,” adding,” It feels so surreal & euphoric.” She concluded, “blessings on blessings.”
Later that day, Minaj responded to a fan and even threatened to leave X (Twitter) for good.
“I think ima leave this X sh!t for GOOD!” she wrote. “Ima do a spaces right now to cuss everyone out. Then ima go to my rightful home.”
Despite the delay of “Pink Friday 2,” Minaj has been teasing her fans with new music in a series of Live Streams.
According to reports, her album has been postponed until her birthday on December 8 but hinted at the possibility of creating an EP with the songs shared on her Live.