According to recent information, Nicki Minaj is being sued by her former stylist, Maher Jridi. As the court documents suggest, the hip-hop star has not been able to return some luxurious pieces of fashion that Jridi had rented to another company for a limited time.
In addition, Jridi said his former boss did not pay him the money he paid to borrow the clothes in the first place.
Since, according to reports, the expensive garments remained with the Bronx rapper, Jridi was brought to court by a third-party company, and in the end, he was forced to return the sum of $ 74,000.
Jridi blamed the singer of "Anaconda,quot; for what happened and insisted that Minaj was the one who had to pay the money for which he was sued, and also owed him additional financial compensation due to the psychological damage he suffered.
As a result, Minaj, whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj-Petty, was summoned to a recorded statement that took place on September 20.
It seems that the famous musician feared that the video record of his testimony could find his way in social networks, so he begged the judge of the case to protect his privacy with an official order.
She said in court documents: "Given the fame of Maraj as a world-renowned rapper and artist, she fears that the plaintiff will try to publicly disseminate the discovery of confidential documents and the pretrial testimony to embarrass or harm her. Instead of providing the adequate factual demonstration to be entitled to the relief it seeks, Respondent simply requests special treatment by virtue of its celebrity status. "
However, Minaj's wish was rejected because her plea was interpreted as a special treatment because she was rich and famous.
In addition, according to the judge, the singer did not present any evidence that the distribution of the record of her statement to the public could harm her.
In news related to Minaj, he recently revealed that he is not moving away completely from the music scene after announcing his retirement.
Young Money's 37-year-old talent said Billboard: "I love music and interacting with fans, so I really can't see it go away completely. But I want to be open to other possibilities in my life. I think it's important to become a woman outside the magnifying glass. I have to make sure that I am a complete human being. "
Did Minaj do something wrong in this case?