Nicki Minaj was shut down in her attempt to block a video of her being grilled by her ex-stylist.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a judge has denied Minaj’s motion for a protective order, saying she will not get special treatment for being a celebrity.
Minaj is in the middle of a nasty legal battle with her ex-stylist, Maher Jridi. He sued the rapper accusing her of refusing to return expensive clothes he borrowed from a third-party company.
Jridi worked for Minaj back in 2017. He claims to have rented a bunch of designer duds from a wardrobe company. He says it cost him thousands to rent the clothes, but he was never reimbursed.
In his lawsuit, the stylist explained the third-party company sued him over the unreturned clothes. They won a $74,000 judgment against him which he says Minaj should pay, along with damages for emotional distress.
Minaj countersued Jridi claiming she overpaid him $12,000 on invoices. She claims he promised to repay her but never did. She denied all allegations of wrongdoing in his case.