Don’t know who Dirty Money Fendi is? Do your research. He’s the creator of The Come Up DVD, which launched Nicki Minaj’s career when he was her manager. He’s also the man who guided her in the right path and gave her the style she still uses to this day. Which she even admits in her album’s booklet. During Nicki Minaj’s rise to fame–after being signed to Young Money when she was on the verge of releasing her debut album, she fired this man and found new management. Well, Fendi don’t like that. On the next Come Up DVD, Fendi will let his side of the story be known and expose/reveal more information about his relationship with Nicki Minaj. In the Pink Friday album booklet Nicki Minaj thanked Fendi, saying:
Fendi, Thank you for all you did, you showed me the ropes. You made me laugh along the way and you gave me a platform to reach the world. God bless you, The Come Up DVD and all your future endeavors.
So she credits this man for helping her, but he sees nothing from her success? That sounds like a problem.
“Don’t worry bout me, and who I fire, I get what I desire, it’s my empire and yes I call the shots, I am the umpire,”
The lyrics above are from Nicki Minaj’s hit single “Moment 4 Life” addressing Fendi, which was on her album Pink Friday, where she thanked Fendi in it’s booklet. Crazy. Nicki, you got some explaining to do.