Safaree responded, writing, “Unless I really cared still I could not let the mention of someone's name get me that riled up.”
Nicki clapped back with a series of tweets about their relationship, and specifically took a moment to drag Safaree’s hairline into the conversation.
Samuels continued responding to his exes tweets, arguing that their relationship ended because it was too toxic. He also claimed Nicki once cut him so badly he almost died, and that she was allegedly cheating on him with Meek years before their split.
Most importantly, Safaree clarified that he and Tyga don't have the same hairline treatment doctors.
Before raging an online battle with her ex, Minaj had her Twitter fingers aimed at DJ Self over some disparaging comments he made about her album. Nicki claimed Self only made those statements because she'd refused to be affectionate toward him, but he quickly rebuked that claim.
This is also related to her beef with Safaree, because both Self and Samuels are part of the Love & Hip Hop network of shows, and are cool.
Self appeared opposite Cardi B in several scenes, while the Bronx rapper was on LAHH for two seasons. This week, Self seemed to suggest that Nicki's album didn't deliver as much as Cardi's. In response, Nicki promised to spill what Self formerly said about the "I Like It" rapper. No one says Cardi's name directly, but it's quite obvious given Cardi and Self's turbulent history together on the show.
It's impressive that Minaj is finding time to drag everyone online in between press stops for her new album. We'll have to wait and see if all this drama has any affect on her streaming numbers, but as they say, all press is good press. *sips tea*