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Nicki Minaj has come out in support of Ariana Grande after her argument with Grammy producer led to her cancelling her performance and appearance at the awards.

Minaj has blasted producer Ken Ehrlich for "bullying her for seven years" just days after the Thank U, Next singer called him out for "lying" about her.

The Queen rapper's comments come after she pulled out of a BET Experience performance when the network made fun of her for losing out to Cardi B at the awards.

She wrote on Twitter; "I pissed off the same man Ariana just called out for lying. Grammy producer Ken. I was bullied into staying quiet for seven years out of fear, but I’ll tell my fans the real on the next episode of #QueenRadio, they deserve the truth."

The Good Form rapper has not won a Grammy in her 16-year music career, which is a big surprise considering how successful she's been as a female rapper in a typically male business.

Sex and relationship blogger, Oloni, questioned her lack of accolades, saying; "Nicki Minaj has been at the top of her game for way too long to not have had a Grammy. I don’t know what white man from the boards she pissed off."

Minaj responded by thanking her fans: "Whether I read it or not, I felt it. From the bottom of my heart. I love you so much. So so so so much. Stay tuned."

Ariana also put Ehrlich on blast last week after there was a disagreement over her song choice. On Thursday the star spoke out about the situation, calling out Ehrlich for "lying" about her to the Associated Press.

He said; “As it turned out when we finally got the point where we thought maybe it would work, she felt it was too late for her to pull something together for sure. And it’s too bad. She’s a great artist. And I’d love to get her in the show this year.”

Ari wasn't too pleased:

She called bullsh*t on his statements, responding on Twitter;

"I offered three different songs. It’s about collaboration. It’s about feeling supported. It’s about art and honesty. Not politics. Mot doing favours or playing games. It’'s just a game."

"I’m sorry but that’s not what music is to me," she concluded, basically saying Thank U, Next. "Passed a Grammy’s bus with my face on it typing those." SASS KWEEN.

She later posted; "Hope that helps everyone understand my decision. ‘I am still grateful for the acknowledgement this year." She went on to win Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener.

Nicki is 100 percent team Ariana, that's for sure.

Feature image: Entertainment Tonight


It's a pretty outdated concept, but often times, men are still expected to make the first move when it comes to asking someone out. 

Many women would easily pluck up the courage to ask the guy they fancy out on a date, but for others, the experience wouldn't be so easy. 

Changing up societal gender norms, award winning relationships blogger Oloni set a challenge to her followers to ask the guys they liked out on a date. 

The challenge was accepted by many brave tweeters, who bared their souls in the hopes of getting a date. 

Oloni also asked that her followers screen shot the responses and post them in the thread, to be shared with her sex-and-relationships-positive community. 

For many, the challenge was a positive experience, as their objects of affection reciprocated with yeses. 

The feeling was liberating for those who had success, and built their confidence.

However, the challenge was heart breaking for others. 

One young woman tweeted the below, with a broken heart emoji. 

She had asked a guy out on a date (more power to you, girl) only to be told that he liked her friend. 

However, the community in the thread showered her with positive messages to help her through the rejection . 

Others also unfortunately discovered that their potential baes were getting married or already had girlfriends, or simply weren't interested. 

One even got served with the block button. 

We think it's better to know though, right? 

So, if you ever wanted to ask someone out, now might be the time to do it. 

At least if there's any rejection involved, you can say it was just for Twitter…