Nicki Minaj And Fivio Foreign Drop ‘WE GO UP’ VIDEO

The Queen feels at home. Nicki Minaj returns to her old quarters in “We Go Up” video The clip, filmed with Fivio Foreign, shows the Queen mobbing the streets of Jamaica on the Southside, surrounded by her crew in a colourful Fleet of Ferraris and Lamborghinis in Queens.

Wearing a pink wig and pink fur coat, Barbie also serves fashion by modeling several catwalk-ready looks, including monogram Marc Jacobs hooded shoes and trousers.

“When beef rises, bitches don’t go out / But I like them ganging up when we roll,” says Nicki, whose column is published in the corner of Rockaway Blvd. and Anthony Mason Way.

Speaking to Apple Music, Fivio explained how Nicki pushed him as an MC. “He made me change my shit by about 1,000. So I was trying to put some in, I tried to keep up with him.” “His shit is different. He’s different. He really has a gift.”

“We Go Up” follows Nicki’s Lil Baby collaborations, “Do We Have a Problem?” and “Bussin,” off her upcoming fifth studio album. She is also set to headline a series of festivals this summer including Wireless and Essence.

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A legal battle broke out between Nicki Minaj ‘s attorney and the attorney representing Jennifer Hough.

Attorney Judd Burstein is seeking to sanction Jennifer Hough’s attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, for allegations she made against rap queen Nicki.

Tyrone Blackburn represents Jennifer Hough, who sued Nicki Minaj and Kenneth Petty for $20 million.

Hough says the couple bullied him. She claims that Nicki scared him off so she could be removed from the National Register of Sex Offenders.

There is also another situation. Tyrone Blackburn and ex-lawyer Steven Gordon filed documents claiming Nicki Minaj was a member of a New York gang called The Makk Ballers.

According to allhiphop, Nicki Minaj wants to get back the money she spent in self-defense. That’s why she promised to sue Tyrone Blackburn. She brought her claims to the ground on Monday, April 11th.

Her lawyer, Judd Burstein, asked the judge to punish Blackburn. Her behavior on the case was, in her view, embarrassing.

Burstein said she deliberately tried to tarnish Nicki’s reputation by claiming she supported child sexual abuse because she helped defend Blackburn in her brother Jelani Maraj’s rape case.

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