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The Chicago musician named Clive Tanaka alleged Minaj's 2012 hit, 'Starship', has infringed on his 2011 track called 'New Chicago'.
The rapstress would have been issued a ticket had it not been for the officer's daughter who was her fan.
In a Twitter post which she has removed, Minaj said, 'May God strike me dead if I ever had sex wit that man #ugliness,' after Mane claimed that they slept together.
The Colin Tilley-directed video sees Khaled, Minaj and Future rapping in a night club, while Ross is seen alone in a mirror room
The Washington D.C. rapper got the ex-'American Idol' judge and curvaceous diva to twerk anew in his new video.
The rapper's new song has an all-star list of collaborators that include Weezy, the Harajuku Barbie, Rick Ross and 2 Chainz.
Directed by Breezy himself, the music video for the upbeat club anthem features a cameo appearance from comedian Nick Swardsen.
The rapper says her old friend has overreacted and become disrespectful over a simple misunderstanding.
The rapstress lost her cool after a reporter asked her about the male rapper's intimations that he was her ghostwriter.
The rap star unveils the black-and-white visuals of his newly-released Pharrell Williams and Nicki Minaj-assisted single.
Despite Khaled's insistence that he's serious and would never give up, the 'Superbass' hitmaker says it was just a publicity stunt before his album gets released.
The 'Take It to the Head' rapper explains why he's the best man for her, 'You need a man like me in your life that's gonna take care of you and respect you.'
The 'Superbass' hitmaker hops on a motorcycle and revs up the engine after busting some bootylicious moves in the pool.
In the Alexandre Moors-directed video, the 'Let Me Love You' singer is seen lying down lifeless after his on-screen girlfriend Minaj pushes him out of the window.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the music video premiered at the BET Awards pre-show on Sunday, June 30.