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The Raptors had a much better day than the Blue Jays https://t.co/fBOnLwXSwc— J.A. Adande (@jadande) May 15, 2016
Seems Nicki Minaj and Safaree Samuels bitter breakup is making its way back into the public eye.
The Trinidadian rapper took to her Twitter on Tuesday night to blast her ex-boyfriend for suing her just days after she celebrated Meek Mill’s birthday.
Last week Nicki Minaj posted photos of herself with Meek Mill on his birthday where he gave him a Rolex watch. Seems all that public display of ownership and affection is too much for Safaree to handle so he slapped her with the lawsuit that he has been threatening her with.
Nicki Minaj is having none of it so she fired off a few tweets to let the world know what has been going on calling her ex miserable.
“Tweeted on the 5th that the 6th was my baby’s bday. Celebrated on the 6th for his bday (publicly). Served w/a lawsuit on the 9th. lol,” Nicki wrote.
“Two years later this poor excuse of a man is suing me & claiming to have been physically & emotionally abused. Lol. He’s so miserable,” she added on Twitter.
Safaree seems like he was embarrassed by the whole ordeal and posted a video of himself at Blac Chyna’s birthday party with paparazzi asking him why is he fighting with Nicki Minaj.
The bitter feud between Nicki Minaj and her ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels is getting crazy because he is now claiming that he got a tip that there is a hit out for him.
Safaree officially filed a lawsuit against Nicki Minaj earlier this week and then she took to Twitter to put him on blast. Things are getting so messy between the two exes to the extent where Nick’s mother is getting involve.
Yesterday Safaree revealed that someone called him from prison to let him know that there is a hit out for him.
“Got a call from prison… Hearing there’s BIG money on my head… streets talk…. Small world.. #darksideofthemusicbiz,” he wrote on Twitter.
Nicki Minaj tweeted earlier this week that Safaree is suing her because of jealousy of her relationship with Meek Mill.
“Tweeted on the 5th that the 6th was my baby’s bday. Celebrated on the 6th for his bday (publicly). Served w/a lawsuit on the 9th. lol,” she wrote on Twitter.
“Two years later this poor excuse of a man is suing me & claiming to have been physically & emotionally abused. Lol. He’s so miserable,” she added.
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“It took me years to get an Oscar,” veteran British actor says
Michael Caine doesn’t think Academy voters should be nominating actors because of skin color – but he did expect Idris Elba to get an Oscars nomination for his performance in Netflix’s “Beasts of No Nation.”
“There’s loads of black actors. You can’t vote for an actor because he’s black,” Caine said in an interview with BBC Radio 4. “You got to give a good performance, and I’m sure there were very good [performances].”
“The one I – I don’t know whether Idris got [nominated],” Caine said. “Because I saw Idris, and I thought he was wonderful. I thought he would get [nominated]. Did he not get nominated?”
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When the host of the program told Caine that Elba was not nominated, the 82-year-old actor said, “Well, look at me. I won the [European Film Award for] best actor [for ‘Youth’], and I got nominated for nothing else.”
The host then asked Caine what advice he would give to young black actors. “Be patient” he said. “Of course, it will come. Of course, it will come. It took me years to get an Oscar.”
Caine has been nominated for six Oscars over the course of his career. Of those nominations, he won twice: Best Supporting Actor in 1987 for “Hannah and Her Sisters;” and Best Supporting Actor again in 2000 for “Cider House Rules.”
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On Monday, director Spike Lee announced that he would not attend what he called the “lilly-white Oscars,” while leading entertainment figures Jada Pinkett Smith and husband Will Smith announced they will not be attending either.
AMPAS president Cheryl Boone Isaacs, herself an African American, issued a statement on Martin Luther King Day promising changes within the group.
“I am both heartbroken and frustrated about the lack of inclusion. This is a difficult but important conversation, and it’s time for big changes,” Isaacs said.