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Jadakiss Weighs In On Fendi & Nicki Minaj Beef

Fendi is a name I haven't heard in awhile but I do remember his association with Nicki Minaj at the start of her career. I also remember seeing him in a picture with Nicki's arch nemesis; Lil' Kim. Now rapper Jadakiss is speaking out about the feud that I didn't actually know existed. Read more below:

Jada says he was asked if Nicki Minaj would be a good name for the YMCMB emcee and says how he feels about the feud between Fendi and Minaj.

The feud between Nicki Minaj and her former manager Fendi has been brewing for some time. After their business relationship ended, the two have been at odds, feuding publicly and exchanging words through the media about loyalty and their work together. Now, Jadakiss is weighing in to the conversation, sharing his take on their feud.

"There's always three sides to the story," Jada commented in a preview of the latest Come Up DVD. "Fend's, Nicki's and the truth. So, that's probably The Come Up 25 DVD."

Kiss then went on to say that he saw how much Big Fendi was pushing Nicki at the start of her career.

"Everybody needs that machine," he explained. "Nobody can do it on they own. You need somebody behind you, pushing you. Fend was doing that for her from the beginning...He called me with her on the 3-way and asked me was the name Nicki Minaj a good name for her. I told her, 'Yeah.' I guess they agreed on it and then that became her name."

Jadakiss also went on to say that Fendi "is a good dude" and that people will "double cross you" in this industry, possibly referring to Nicki Minaj.
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