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Nicki Minaj's ex accuses hip-hop superstar of reducing him: 'I pretty much died'

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Safaree Samuels, left, accused his ex-lady friend Nicki Minaj of assault.  (Getty images)
Nicki Minaj's ex-boyfriend accused the hip-hop superstar of assault in a series of tweets Tuesday, adding extra flames to the feud between the two former fanatics.
Safaree Samuels, who dated Minaj for 12 years before they broke up in 2014, claimed in March he suffered physical and emotional abuse while dating the rapper. He introduced up the allegations once again after Minaj dismissed them in a radio interview.
"remember the nighttime you cut me and that i basically died the police and ambulance had to take me out the crib on a stretcher," Samuels observed in a tweet. "I needed to lie and inform them i used to be attempting to kill myself so they wouldn't take you to reformatory. When issues like that start happening more than as soon as it's time to dip."
Minaj, 35, answered to the "Love & Hip Hop" megastar's remarks minutes later.
"U (sic) stole my card & instructed me you concept it changed into an account with 'free funds' that I didn't know about. On God. God will strike you down & more for lying. Ha! stop saying u packed & left! On Jesus u (sic) came to my residence CRYING BEGGING to go w/me to Europe to the EMA's. I referred to NO DUMMY."
Samuels, 37, fired returned, announcing he on no account used Minaj's credit card for prostitutes.
Minaj has rapped about now not desiring to reduce an ex-boyfriend in the 2014 tune "mattress of Lies," in line with people. There was also a video released in 2014 showing Minaj chasing Samuels with a knife, according to TMZ.
Samuels attempted to put an end to the traumatic few hours, tweeting he didn't desire unwell to the celebrity.
"I nonetheless don't have no hate for you cuz (sic) I'm chuffed in my very own mind now. savour your album shedding," he wrote.
Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox information. follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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