Meek Mill's Cryptic Instagram Post Has 'No Correlation' With Nicki Minaj's Domestic Violence Claims (Source)
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Fans took Meek Mill's untimely Instagram post as an admittance of guilt, but we're told that's simply not the case.

UPDATE: 10/3/18 4:40 p.m. Immediately after TooFab published this story, Meek Mill deleted his Instagram post. See screenshot below.

Nicki Minaj just released two teasers for her upcoming documentary, "Queen," in which she described the physical and emotional abuse she endured at the hands of an anonymous ex-boyfriend.

Shortly after posting the clips to Instagram Tuesday night, her ex, Meek Mill, re-posted an unusual message on his own Instagram page from an account with the name @narcissist.sociopath.awarenes2. Meek captioned the shot, "Lol."

"When cornered, they'll lash out by claiming that THEY are the real victim," the message read. "Their story will detail your drinking problem, depression, low-self-esteem, financial woes, etc. -- thereby gaining the sympathy of their fan club. Meanwhile, YOU will be isolated and confused while this aggressive campaign transpires. And when you emerge, the trap will have been set."

Fans took Meek's untimely post as an admittance of guilt, but we're told that's simply not the case. A source close to the situation told TooFab, "There's no correlation between Nicki's documentary snippet and Meek's Instagram post."


In the videos Minaj posted, she shared a softer, more vulnerable side with her fans as she opened up about her troubled past.

"I remember when my mother would let my father be violent with her," a soft-spoken Minaj revealed as she fought back tears. "And she always brings up this story: As a little girl, I would stand in front of my mother and go like this [with my arms out]. That's why some people people would describe me as abrasive or bitchy or whatever, because I vowed from that age, no man would ever be with me, call me out my name, treat me like that. And then all of the sudden, that was my life."

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"Who was I gonna inspire when I had nothing in me to give?" she said in reference to a particular relationship. "Like, I let one human being make me so low that I didn't even remember who I was. I was scared to get in the studio. I didn't believe in myself."

Minaj said it wasn't until she "changed locations" -- first to Miami and then back to New York -- that things started looking up for her both personally and professionally.

"I started catching a vibe," she said, adding that was then able to crank out hits including "Good Form" and "Coco Chanel."

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