Safaree talks Meek Mill’s role in Nicki Minaj breakup & Remy Ma beef on Wendy Williams Show



“At the end of the day, Meek [Mill] had a lot to do with it… With me and [Nicki Minaj] breaking up,” Safaree Samuels spilled while discussing his break up with the “Truffle Butter” baddie during his super juicy sit down with Wendy Williams..


Today, the 35-year-old Love And Hip-Hop Hollywood hottie took his tell-it all talents to the Mecca of talk show madness where he gave up all types of tea on his extremely soured relationship with Nicki Minaj, his role in the creation of her chart-topping smash joints, her beef with Remy Ma and so much more…
Shortly after alleging that representatives for his Queens bred ex-girlfriend tried stopping him from appearing on Wendy’s show, Safaree got busy gabbing about his initial reaction to the follicle snatching barz Remy spit in “ShETHER”– a track he previously deemed “the most disrespectful record he’d ever heard in his life.”
“It’s crazy because my name just being in it…I was on a flight when it happened and when I landed, I’m hoping somebody didn’t die because I got about 300 calls and text messages,” the aspiring rapper said. 

Safaree Samuels Wendy Williams
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In reference to Remy’s trolling lines about his history of ghostwriting verses for Nicki–which were preceded by longstanding rumors in the Hip-Hop realm to that effect– Safaree made it clear that he did in fact help his former “Anaconda” charmer with with virtually 100% of her music..
“It was a collaborative effort. She doesn’t sit there and do absolutely nothing. I was definitely a helping force in everything that had to do with creating music,” he said. “It’s not like I was just a waste man.” 


And though he still believes he should be compensated for his work on the Barbz’s hits, Safaree explained why he willingly faded the legal proceedings he initially filed against his ex..  
“I had started a whole lawsuit and I just fell back from it,” he said. “It just was a lot going on behind the scenes.”

After revealing his spidey senses lead him to believe that Nicki and Meek were doing more than just working together in the studio before their over a decade long relationship ended, Safaree left the “Make Love” rhymer with these final words, “Do what’s right. You know what I did.” 


By : Asia Grace       

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