Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels may have ended his feud with Meek Mill as he wished the couple “all the best.” Samuels spoke about his ex-girlfriend and her current relationship during a recent interview with Billboard’s Adelle Platon Wednesday for his latest single “Can’t Lie.”
Samuels, who was in a relationship with Minaj for 12 years, spoke out about the “Anaconda” singer’s engagement rumors with Mill, saying that he is happy for her. Minaj recently sparked engagement rumors with Mill after she posted several photos on Instagram flashing a diamond ring.
“Once you’re happy, that’s all that matters, you know?” Samuels reportedly said. “Nobody wants to be sad and miserable, so if you’re happy and you’re really happy, you know, God bless.”
Samuels also reportedly said that there would be no awkwardness if he ever ran into Minaj and Mill.
“I just wish ‘em all the best. You know I don’t have an ill feeling going towards anyone. From my side, it’s nothing but love. I’m the type of guy, whether you like it or not, I’m gonna still say “hi” to you. It’s on you to where you wanna take it. I don’t have an ill will bone in my body. It’s nothing but God bless and protect the love,” Samuels said, according to the Vibe.
Last month, reports surfaced that Samuels may have been planning to collaborate with Drake to record a diss track for Minaj and Mill. During an interview with "This is 50," a hip-hop community, Samuels called Drake’s "Back to Back" an "incredible" piece before explaining: "The beat everything about it… that was the most impactful record of the year." He also admitted that he wanted to team up with Drake but the latter’s friendship with Minaj might not allow him to do so.
Mill and Drake got into a public spat in July after the "All Eyes on You" rapper took to Twitter and told people not to compare him with Drake because he doesn't write his own rap songs. Drake responded with two diss songs, "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," while Mill fired back with "Wanna Know."
The feud between Mill and Drake seems to be never ending as most recently, reports surfaced that the Philadelphia rapper was planning to remix Drake’s “Back to Back” diss track for his “Dreamchasers 4” mixtape.
Meanwhile, Samuels had also dissed Mill in his track "Lifeline" saying that the rapper is intimidated by Drake’s success, and also fueled rumors that he wrote Minaj’s raps for her songs for "The Pinkprint."
"You dream about Drake numbers in your nightmares. But you hatin’ about me and my little career… My bars on The Pinkprint, no one’ll ever match / My d--------, lil’ n---- you can never match," were the lyrics of the song.
In November, TMZ reported that Samuels was planning to sue Minaj as he wanted his share of income from her albums — "The Pink Print," "Pink Friday" and "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded." He also reportedly wanted his cut from her singles, including "Only," which featured Chris Brown, Drake and Lil Wayne.