Eccentric American act Nicki Minaj has come down hard on some of her fans who insinuated that she had other reasons for cancelling her U.K concerts.
The 29 year-old singer had earlier apologised to her fans for the cancellation, citing vocal strains as her reason, saying she will be going for an urgent medical check up and possibly a surgery. However, th
According to her rep, the vocal chord injury got worse on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 during her show with Drake, Lil Wayne and Foxy Brown in City Rosen land, USA.
Minaj took to Twitter and posted certain messages believed to have been directed to her critics, ‘However, if u have anything negative to say to me, please eat shit and die. I am human…I was in jeopardy of loosing my voice entirely and needing surgery on my vocal chords (sic), if u cant understand that, your mother is a whore…I will NOT let you people make me feel horrible for a f—ing HEALTH issue! That’s what got me in this mess! I shldve listen to the doctor.
Meanwhile, Nicki has started her vocal surgery and is presently on a voice rest. Colleagues and fans including Jordin Sparks have sent recovery wishes to her via the micro blogging site, Twitter.
Source : AFP
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