Nicki Minaj and her husband Kenneth Petty’s employee alleged to have threatened rape victims with weapons and chilling
As previously reported, Jennifer Hough, the rape victim for Nicki Minajs husband, Kenneth Petty, sued the couple for harassment. Now she claims one of their employees threatened her with weapons.
In a new claim, Hough claims that an employee of Petty’s sent her a direct message on Instagram that made her so scared that she had to call the police.
Hough first filed the lawsuit in August 2021, claiming it Nicki Minaj and her husband has harassed her in an attempt to revoke her allegations against Petty. She claims the intimidation started after Petty was arrested in California for not registering as a sex offender in the state.
Following the arrest, Hough claims that Nicki Minaj and Kenneth Petty offered her $ 20,000 and sent their employees to her in an attempt to convince her to change her statement.
One of the alleged employees is a man who goes by the name “Black”, who is reportedly from the couple’s Jamaica Queens, NY neighborhood. “Black” reportedly approached Hough earlier and continues to terrorize her.
Hough’s attorney claims that after Petty filed for his indictment in California, “Black” threatened Hough directly in a video from his Instagram account.
A voice in the video can be heard saying:
“It simply came to our notice then. John Wayne TV is coming soon, tell b **** she will be revealed, the case is over now. $ 20K huh … you know you’m done. John Wany TV … you lie a ** b ****, 20 thousand. ”
The video ended with a photo of two cannons and the caption, ‘be safe out here, lol.’
Because of the alleged intimidation, Hough has reportedly moved three times. Hough said after receiving the message from “Black” that she was so scared that she filed a police report and again moved to another state.
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