Jennifer Hough “Blames” Nicki Minaj For Lack Of Proof: Report

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Jennifer Hough is “blaming” Nicki Minaj for not having enough support for her story. Jennifer Hough is making her last ditch effort to have her side of the story told, but it doesn’t appear likely she can win according to Black Tea Blog in the video below.

According to the lawsuit, Hough has been repeatedly pressured and intimidated to recant her statement against Petty, who she accused of raping her. In September 1994, when Hough and Petty were both 16-years-old and living in Jamaica, Queens, Hough reported to the police that Petty raped her after forcing her into a house at knifepoint. Per the New York Times, Petty was “arrested that day and was charged with first-degree rape.” He accepted a plea deal in the case and was convicted of first-degree attempted rape, serving about four years in prison.

In other Nicki Minaj news, the rapper gave an update on her popular Queen Radio show that debuted in 2018. It hasn’t dropped an episode in quite some time and Joe Budden was asking for its whereabouts.

During a recent episode of his podcast, Joe Budden gave Nicki her flowers for what she accomplished with Queen Radio while asking about the status of the show.

“Where is Queen Radio? It’s only the biggest thing outside of OVO radio,” Budden said. “She got pregnant, and she had a baby. She got married they look great. She’s been popping up. Queen Radio is important for culture, sorry it should be there, or we should get an announcement as to why it’s not there, but I’ll mind my little black business.”


Nicki Minaj caught wind of the clip and posted it on her Twitter, thanking Joe for the kind words and explaining her absence from the radio waves. According to Nicki, Queen Radio will be returning on a different platform and she was given Apple’s blessing to take her show elsewhere.

“Thank you Joe, I rlly appreicate you asking & caring,” Nicki tweeted. “We have a new home. Official announcement coming soon. I gotta s/o Larry JAckson @ Apple tho, for orginally putting the idea on my radar & giving me his blessing to explore new avenues for the show. #Queen radio.”