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The Dark Occult Meaning of Nicki Minaj’s “No Frauds”

Packed with imagery associated with secret societies and the occult elite, Nicki Minaj’s “No Frauds” video is a tribute to the secret rulers of the world. There is also a troubling coincidence relating to this video: It was filmed on Westminster Bridge only days before the terrorist attack.

Warning: This article contains explicit language.

Nicki Minaj’s song No Frauds is primarily a diss track aimed at Remy Ma who released, a month prior, SeTHER, a diss song unrelentingly insulting Minaj for seven minutes.

At one point, Remy Ma even takes the gloves off and mentions Nicki Minaj’s brother who is a convicted child molester.

“And I got a few words for the moms of the young Barbz
Guess who supports a child molester? Nicki Minaj
You paid for your brother’s wedding? That’s hella foul
How you spendin’ money to support a p***phile?
He a walkin’ dead man, sendin’ threats to him
I guess that’s why they call you Barbie, you was next to Ken
Talkin’ about your money long and your foreign sick
Why you ain’t help your bro hide his c** from forensics?”

If you aren’t aware of Nicki Minaj’s weird family history, here’s a quick sum-up.

“Jelani Maraj, Nicki’s brother, was arrested in December 2015 for child r*Pe charges. Forensics found his semen on the 12-year-old r*pe victim’s clothes. He was released on $100,000 bail and rejected a plea deal of 15 years to life. He will face life in prison if convicted.

After he was released on bail, the family went bowling and Nicki posted a selfie of the event on Instagram. Nicki also reportedly paid $30,000 for her brother’s wedding



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