Nicki Minaj’s Ex Safaree Samuels Disses Her and Meek Mill in New Song “Lifeline”

In his new song “Lifeline,” the 34-year-old seemingly claims to have helped Minaj write some of the songs on her hit album The Pinkprint. 

Samuels raps in the track (warning: explicit language), “This n—-r bent outta shape with a gorilla face/ My bars on The Pinkprint no one will ever match/ My dick print, little n—-r, you can never match.”

Samuels goes on to diss Minaj’s now fiancé Meek Mill. “When you was pulling up, I was pulling out/ I know real s–t I ain’t gonna talk about/ I seen the text messages, I seen the emails/ Somebody tell me why he’s talking like a female,” he raps.

Another line in “Lifeline” has fans assuming Samuels is calling Mill fat. He raps, “You outta shape anyway you need to eat a pear.” Yikes!

Of course, this isn’t the first time Samuels has fired shots at his ex. Last month, he released his song “Love the Most’ in which he rapped about their failed relationship.

“You ain’t do it all alone / We took ourselves up out the hood,” Samuels rapped. “Yeah, we made it on the rise / Ain’t no green in my eyes / ‘Cause we both went to sleep in the same bed of lies.”

He went on to accuse Minaj of being ashamed of their relationship. “What a shame / It took a split for them to know I was your man / Got so tired of hidin’ it / Head high with no pride in it / Guess I wasn’t cool enough cause in our pictures we hidin’ it,” he rapped. Later on, he added, “Twelve years up in flames / Thought you woulda had my kid / Year 3 got engaged / Now we movin’ out of rage.”



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