Nicki Minaj claims Leigh-Anne Pinnock encouraged Little Mix fans to ‘bully’ Jesy Nelson

Leigh-Anne Pinnock has yet to comment on the alleged feud, which began when Nicki Minaj launched into an explosive tirade against the Little Mix singer, and has now accused her of bullying Jesy Nelson

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  • 15:12, 12 Oct 2021
  • Updated15:15, 12 Oct 2021
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Nicki Minaj has doubled down on her feud with Leigh-Anne Pinnock as she accused the Little Mix singer of encouraging her fans to ‘bully’ Jesy Nelson.

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The explosive drama began on Monday night, when Nicki appeared on an Instagram Live video with Jesy to promote her debut solo single Boyz, which the rapper features on.

Emotions were running high before the chat even started, as TikTok user NoHun claimed to have received direct messages from Leigh-Anne, in which she allegedly accused Jesy of appropriating Black culture, also called blackfishing, in her music video for Boyz.

The DMs also stated that Jesy had “cut off” her Little Mix bandmates and the sender purporting to be Leigh-Anne said her former co-star was “horrible”.

It wasn’t long before Nicki pounced on the allegations during the Instagram Live chat, and as she tore into Leigh-Anne, Jesy did little to defend her former friend, and sat laughing at the rapper’s comments instead.

Nicki Minaj tore into Leigh-Anne on an Instagram live with Jesy Nelson

Leigh-Anne allegedly sent DMs to a fan claiming Jesy had cut her Little Mix bandmates off
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The Pound the Alarm hitmaker then took to Twitter after the Instagram chat, and fueled the feud between her and Leigh-Anne, by accusing the new mum of encouraging Little Mix fans to “bully” Jesy after she left the group.

“JeLeigh btchs actin real messy. ~ if you know someone has been suicidal from bullying in the past, why try to get a bunch of ppl to bully them again about smthng else, on an even bigger scale?” Nicki fired.

“Shame on you – that’s rlly sad. You don’t know what ppl can deal with. Mental Health,” the rapper added.

Leigh-Anne has yet to comment on the allegations, but simply shared a photo of her, Perrie and Jade on Twitter.

Nicki has continued to tweet accusations leveled at Leigh-Anne, and said the 30-year-old star shouldn’t “call things out” after she “made millions” with Jesy during her time in Little Mix.

Leigh-Anne was accused of asking TikTok influencer to discuss Jesy being a 'blackfish' in a video
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“Don’t call things out when they benefit your personal vendetta to ppl. Call them out immediately once you see it chile. Don’t wait a decade after you’ve made millions with the person,” the Anaconda hitmaker fired.

During the astonishing rant on Instagram, Nicki called Leigh-Anne a "f***ing clown" as she shot down any suggestion Jesy was blackfishing in her new video.

“When you try to bring someone down because you see them continuing to try and pursue their careers, you are a f***ing clown. And let me tell you, there's a lot of women out here in the US that tan and get bigger lips,” she raged.

Jesy simply nodded in agreement and laughed during Nicki’s rant, and later thanked her for defending her.

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