Nicki Minaj Calls Out Grammy Producer, Claims She Was Bullied Into Silence

BET wasn’t the one sufferer Nicki Minaj’s Twitter wrath on Monday (February 11). The Black Barbie additionally known as out Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich, becoming a member of collaborator Ariana Grande as a public critic the longtime showrunner.

Nicki claimed she’s been “bullied into staying quiet” concerning her points with Ehrlich. She promised to open up concerning the scenario on the following episode her Beats 1 present Queen Radio.

“I pissed f the identical man Ariana simply known as out for mendacity,” she wrote. “Grammy producer KEN. I used to be bullied into staying quiet for 7 years out concern. But I’ll inform my followers the REAL on the following episode #QueenRadio they deserve the reality.”

Last week, Grande stated Ehrlich lied about why the pop celebrity wasn’t performing on the 2019 Grammys in his interview with the Associated Press.

“I’ve saved my mouth shut however now you’re mendacity about me,” Grande wrote on Twitter submit, together with a screenshot Ehrlich’s claims. “i can pull collectively a efficiency over night time and you recognize that, Ken. it was when my creativity & self expression was stifled by you, that i made a decision to not attend. i hope the present is strictly what you need it to be and extra.”

Nicki’s downside with the Grammy producer seemingly stems from her controversial efficiency on the 2012 Grammy Awards. In 2015, Ehrlich criticized her notorious efficiency “Roman Holiday” in an interview with Hits Daily Double.

“I used to be not proud what we did with Nicki Minaj three years in the past,” he stated. “I believed that was a disappointment each in phrases what we did and to an extent what she did. I’m not going to absolve us any duty, but it surely simply wasn’t good. If it had been controversial and good, I feel I might have been proud it. But we most likely let loose the string somewhat an excessive amount of on that one.”

Watch Nicki carry out “Roman Holiday” on the 2012 Grammys under.