Nicki Minaj is being dragged into another legal battle filed against her former stylist, with the rapper now at the center of a case over unpaid music video workers.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Martha Chery and Sam Woolf, fashion stylists and consultants, are suing Minaj’s former stylist Maher Jridi and Wilhemnia Models. Cherry was first hired by the defendants as a stylist for Nicki Minaj on the set of Jason DeRulo’s music video “Swa Lah” in February 2017. She worked for several days at the promised rate of $500 a day. She was also to be reimbursed for any expenses.
She invoiced Jridi for the Minaj work and was promised she would be paid. However, before receiving the payment she was hired to work on three other videos with him.