A Nicki Minaj critic is accusing the rapper of rallying her fans to threaten and harass him. Now, Jerome Trammel is rallying his own support to take legal action against her.
Trammel, a pop culture commentator, has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $15,000 in lawyer fees. According to Trammel, he is planning to sue for crimes that include cyberbullying, mass harassment, doxxing, making threats and more.
The issue between Trammel and Minaj started when he decided to critique her latest interview with Elle Magazine.
In the interview, Minaj spoke out against "modern day prostitutes" that she sees on social media. The rapper said it makes her sad to see that some of those women don't know their worth and that she may have contributed to that mindset with her music or image.
Trammel took to Twitter on Friday to accuse Minaj of being a hypocrite and shaming women with her latest interview. He included screenshots of some promiscuous song lyrics that Minaj has used over the course of her career.