Nicki Minaj has filed a lawsuit against a vlogger who claimed the rapper is a drug abuser.
Earlier in the week, Marley Green, who goes by the social media persona "Nosey Heaux," posted a video in which she called Nicki a "cokehead" during an unfounded diatribe.
In another moment, the woman made comments about Nicki's 1-year-old son, which the singer called "vile" in the court documents.
According to TMZ, who obtained the lawsuit, the "Super Bass" singer took more shots at Nosey, calling her a "nobody" and someone "whose main accomplishments in life have been a string of criminal charges, bail jumping and bad debts."
Still, Nicki, who says she'e never used cocaine, acknowledges that the video is beginning to gain traction.
Nicki's lawyer told TMZ, "When this case is over, she will no longer be permitted to use the name 'Nosey Heaux; because we will take her trademark from her when she does not have enough money to pay the judgment. Anyone else who spreads lies about Nicki will suffer a similar fate. My marching orders are to aggressively sue anyone with a media or social media following who damages her with intentional lies. Eventually, the lesson will be learned."
Nicki is asking for at least $75,000.
After news of the lawsuit broke, Nicki noted that she will not play around when it comes to those making false claims about her. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, she tweeted, "Now let's hope the ppl you guys r doing all this dirty work for love you enough to hire top notch lawyers for you & to pay your bills once I own your blogs, your shows, those IG pages y'all tried to protect so bad. Couple artists in the folder too. I'll own your publishing. Duds."