TikToker Accuses Nicki Minaj Fans of Doxxing Him Over Megan Thee Stallion Support

Bela Delgado issued an apology and made his TikTok account private after claiming Nicki's fans harassed his family.

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A TikToker who has since been forced to make his account private said they've been doxxed by Nicki Minaj's fanbase after they praised Megan Thee Stallion's fiery diss track "Hiss."

Bela Delgado shared a video on TikTok on Saturday, January 27 shortly after the beef between Nicki and Megan exploded. He blasted Nicki in the since-deleted video, in which he called her a "disgusting and reprehensible person by pretty much all metrics of basic humanity and common decency," but is now walking back on some of his criticism because he was targetted by Nicki's fanbase.

"Nicki Minaj fans are attempting to dox me, messaging family members as well as people who aren’t members of my family... apparently they got somebody’s address," said Delgado in a follow-up video, per Page Six. "I am sorry. I’m so sorry that I disrespected Nicki Minaj. I saw a lot of other people doing it; I thought I’d add my two cents."

He added that because he's on the spectrum, some of the things he says "come out a lot harsher" than intended, which is something that impacts a lot of people with autism. "Please take it up with me. Come to me. Tell me how much you fucking hate me," he continued. "Please leave my fucking family members out of it. Please stop sending death threats to fucking children."

Delgado, who had 1.4 million followers on TikTok before making his account private amid the drama, said he's going to report the harassment to the police. "I don't know what the fuck to do," he said. "I'm really sorry."

In the original clip, which also circulated on X, formerly Twitter, Delgado highlighted that Nicki's response to Megan's "Hiss" saw her deflecting from "the fact that her husband [Kenneth Petty] is a convicted sexual predator who is not allowed near parks or elementary schools." He took issue with her calling Megan "big foot," referencing the Tory Lanez shooting incident, and targetting other people's looks.

Naw the Nicki and Meg shit dead! It’s Nicki vs Queen of rape now😂😂😂😭😭
naw the way he ate Nicki goofy ass down was pure savagery!
Meg ain’t gotta say shit else, her own Barbz are turning in them flimsy ass Barb cards left and right! This should tell her sumn….THE TRUTH!! pic.twitter.com/CRIEnZQHJ6

— Ms.Deequah THE TRUTH!! (@The_Truth_412) January 27, 2024
Twitter: @The_Truth_412

Nicki herself addressed the Delgado situation on social media.

When GOD is for you WHO can be against you????? https://t.co/W1u7BT8g1b

— Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) January 28, 2024

"When GOD is for you WHO can be against you?????" Nicki wrote in response to someone tweeted about Delgado.

She also appeared to sarcastically joke that "family is off limits."

On Friday, Megan shared her new single "Hiss," in which she refers to the federal law Megan's Law, which requires "public disclosure of information about registered sex offenders when required to protect the public." On the track, she raps, "These hoes don't be mad at Megan, these hoes mad at Megan's Law / I don't really know what the problem is, but I guarantee y'all don't want me to start."

The line was widely interpreted as a reference to Nicki Minaj's husband Kenneth Petty, who was sentenced to home detention and probation in 2022 after admitting he failed to register as a sex offender when moving to California. By law, he is required to register as a sex offender because he was convicted of attempted rape in 1995.

Nicki has since released a response in the form of her scathing track "Big Foot," which you can listen to here.

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