Fans were shocked when the “Queen” rapper shared footage from her upcoming documentary where she talks about experiencing her own case of abuse in a former romantic relationship. She opens up about watching her father abuse her mother as a child and that trickling into her adult life.
Nicki did not use any names but fans were quick to look at her famous exes: Safaree, Nas and Meek.
Meek Mill seemed to take issue with the revelation and shared a screenshot with a quote warning about narcissists and sociopaths, simply captioning the post “LOL.”
“When cornered, they’ll lash out by claiming that THEY are the real victim,” the quote begins. “Their story will detail your drinking problem, depression, low-self-esteem, financial woes, etc., thereby gaining the sympathy of their fan club.”
“Meanwhile, YOU will be isolated & confused while this aggressive campaign transpires. And when you emerge, the trap will have been set,” the quote finishes.
Sharing two clips on Tuesday, Nicki emotionally details her struggle in an abusive relationship and how it affected her music.
“Maybe some people would describe me as abrasive or bitchy or whatever because I vowed from that age no man would ever abuse me, call out my name or treat me like that,” she described as tears welled up in her eyes. “Then all of a sudden, that was my life.”
“Who was I going to inspire when I had nothing in me to give? I let one human being make me so low, that I didn’t even remember who I was,” she said. “I was scared to get in the studio. I didn’t believe in myself.”
Nicki, who dated Meek for two years before breaking up in 2017, recently came back to the spotlight after releasing her first album since 2014 titled “Queen.”
While Nicki’s documentary has yet to announce a release date, the rapper has promised it’s “coming soon.”