Nicki Minaj – “Don’t Drop The Soap” Tweet Aimed At Meek Mill?

MTONews reports that Nicki Minaj recently shared a tweet that said “Don’t drop the soap.” The website claimed that the tweet was about Meek Mill but it was actually from 2016.  When Nicki initially shared the tweet, many of her fans thought that she was talking about her brother but she never revealed who the tweet was about.

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Meek Mill’s lawyers plan to fight the rapper’s sentencing.  In the video at the end of this article, the rapper’s attorney, Joe Tacopina is interviewed by Angie Martinez.  Tacopina explains that Judge Genece Brinkley keeps extending the length of the rapper’s probation and has treated him unfairly for nearly 10 years.

Nicki Minaj Don't Drop The Soap Tweet Meek Mill
Nicki Minaj Don’t Drop The Soap Tweet Meek Mill

Jelani Maraj Rape Case

Nicki Mina’s brother, Jelani Maraj is also dealing with legal issues.  A Long Island prosecutor recently tried to convince a judge that Maraj raped his step-daughter on multiple occasions.  In 2015, Nicki testified at Meek’s parole hearing in Philadelphia.  She explained that the rapper isn’t perfect but she was impressed by how much he has changed.  
There were rumors that Nicki would testify in her brother’s case but that never happened.  The Long Island prosecutor in Jelani’s case also explained that Maraj’s step-daughter was only 11-years-old at the time of the alleged occurrences.

Nicki Minaj should go to law school or get back with Safaree.  Two people she was very close to are facing serious time in prison.  Unlike Meek and her brother, Nicki’s ex-boyfriend, Safaree Samuels seems like a law-abiding citizen.

In the video below, Meek’s lawyer reveals that the judge asked Meek to leave Roc Nation.  She allegedly advised the rapper to sign with a local manager in Philadelphia who she has a personal relationship with.

Who do you think Nicki’s tweet was aimed at? Do you think she feels sorry for her ex-boyfriend, Meek Mill? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.