They manage to grab hold of the “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” star, but only for a moment.
Safaree manages to escape their grasp, and puts a fair bit of distance between himself and his attackers before they are subdued.
He had several inked tributes to Nicki across his chest, which are now covered up with other tattoos.
My anaconda don't My anaconda don't My anaconda don't want none Unless you got buns, hun Boy toy named Troy, used to live in Detroit Big dope dealer money, he was gettin' some coins Was in shootouts with the law, but he live in a palace Bought me Alexander Mc Queen, he was keeping me stylish Now that's real, real, real Gun in my purse, bitch, I came dressed to kill Who wanna go first?
Things apparently hit the fan when Safaree skipped one of her shows and left her without a hype man, which later caused a blow out fight.
TMZ also points to Samuels’ tattoos as further proof that the two are no longer dating.
Nick went one step further and even released a track which included Safaree’s reference and her relationship with him.
Safaree revealed in one interview that he was the ghostwriter for Nicki’s song, however, she completely denied it.
The two have apparently been dating for about 14 years, but Minaj has never publicy addressed their romance.
However, he has also worked as a co-executive producer and A&R coordinator for some songs.
The feud between Safaree Samuels and Meek Mill came to a head outside of DJ Khaled’s BET party on Friday, according to TMZ.
In video that made its way to social media Friday night, Samuels claims Meek Mill’s crew ambushed him outside the West Hollywood Penthouse where the party was being held.
“Meek, you are the biggest p----y on the this planet,” he said in the short clip, allegedly recorded immediately following the incident.