The rapper said Sean "Diddy" Combs was "so mad" about her tardiness to his son Justin's lavish birthday celebrations, which were featured on MTV's 'My Super Sweet 16'
Nicki Minaj is still feeling regretful over her tardiness.
Speaking during what appeared to be an Instagram Live recorded by 9MagTV, Minaj addressed Justin — who is now 29 — after he commented saying “Hi,” during her Live under his Instagram handle @princejdc.
“I went to your Sweet 16 with you, right?” said Minaj. “Yo, what was that like me being your Sweet 16 date? I know I was mad late, I can’t remember much but I felt like I just knew that Puffy and Misa were so mad at me,” she added with a laugh.
Diddy, 53, shares Justin with his ex-girlfriend, fashion designer and stylist Misa Hylton, 50.
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Minaj appeared to put her lateness down to her wardrobe, saying, “I could feel it and I was so mad at myself ‘cause all of the dresses I had been trying on that day, I hated every single one. I felt horrible y’all. I felt really horrible.”
“But I can’t believe to this day that I went with him to his Sweet 16. He was trying to get cute in the limo y’all,” she laughed. “Anyway, but yes I had a great time and he was so fun and funny and very cute, too.”
The “Barbie World” singer also asked why Justin took her as his date over a potential love interest.
“I wonder who was his girlfriend at the time because whatever girlfriend he had at school I know she was probably really mad,” she said.
“Why did he do that, why didn’t he take her to his Sweet 16? That’s a memorable time.”
Justin celebrated his milestone birthday in 2010 at the M2 Ultra Lounge in New York City. The lavish bash was featured in season 9 of MTV series My Super Sweet 16, with rapper Lil’ Kim and Trey Songz also in attendance.
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