Nicki Minaj slams Garcelle Beauvais amid cyberbullying bot attacks against the ‘Real Housewives’ star’s son

  • Nicki Minaj criticizes Garcel Beauvais for asking trolls to stop attacking her son Jacques.
  • She asked what Beauvais thought of her son when interviewing Jennifer Hough on “The Real.”
  • In an episode of the canceled talk show, Huff claimed that Minaj’s husband raped her in 1994.

Nicki Minaj said that Garcelle Beauvais and Adrienne Bailon chose to interview her husband’s accuser because they were desperate for ratings on a recent episode of “Queen Radio” on Amp.

“It’s because they wanted ratings. And the next thing that happens to them, they get cancelled,” she said.

Minaj singled out Beauvais during the radio show. The actress and “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star joined the talk show in 2020. Minaj criticized Beauvais’ reaction to her 14-year-old son Jax being attacked by racist and sexist bots.

Garcel Beauvais at the 2021 People's Choice Awards.

Garcel Beauvais at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards.

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“And now this woman is talking about one of the ‘Real Housewives’ saying, ‘Leave my son alone! Don’t leave comments at the bottom of my son’s page,'” Minaj said.

“Bitch, if you can’t stand to feel the heat then get the crap out of the kitchen,” she continued.

“Did you care about my parents’ son?” Minaj questioned.

Minaj has an eleven-month-old son with her husband, Kenneth Petty. The couple got married in 2019.

Jennifer Huff claimed that Petty raped her at knifepoint in 1994 when she appeared in “The Real” on September 22, 2021.

Huff discussed the alleged incident on camera with Beauvais, Bailon, and her attorney, Tyrone Blackburn. Beauvais read from the notes during the interview. “I’m going to read because it’s an important story, I don’t want to make any mistake,” she explained to the audience.

Huff also accused Petty and Nicki Minaj of harassment and intimidation in a lawsuit filed in August 2021 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Minaj was later dropped from the trial.

Minaj also criticized the public dissolution of Beauvais’s marriage to Mike Nilon during her radio show. “I see why that white man left you, b***h! Disgusting,” she said.

This is not the first time that Beauvais has been invited to participate in the discussion on the show.

In September 2021, Beauvais commented on rapper Moneybag Yo receiving a birthday gift of 28 acres of land from his then-girlfriend Ari Fletcher. “It’s a great gift for someone you haven’t even married,” she remarked.

The rapper clapped on Twitter. “Don’t hate the fancy on my gift,” he tweeted.

Fancy is the nickname for the character Beauvais played in “The Jamie Foxx Show” from 1996 to 2001. The role took her from a working model to a household name in black communities.

Representatives for Minaj and Beauvais did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment.

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