Megan Thee Stallion’s ongoing feud with Nicki Minaj has taken another grim turn, after the cemetery where her mother is buried was reportedly forced to up their security efforts.
The pair have been swiping over the last few years, but their drama was reignited following the release of Megan’s new track, Hiss – as she seemingly took aim at her former pal’s husband, Kenneth Perry.
The Super Bass rapper swiftly called her out in multiple rants on social media over the last week, digging at her career and her late mom, Holly Thomas, before retaliating again in her new song, Big Foot.
It has been alleged that upset Nicki fans, named Barbz, have now found the location of where Thomas – who died in 2019 – was buried, and leaked the address on social media.
TMZ reports that cemetery staff reached out to local police authorities and increased their security measures as a result.
Although there has not yet been any vandalism at the site, a spokesperson explained that they would be monitoring the situation.
‘We take safety and security here very seriously,’ they also added to the Independent.
Nicki and Megan have been feuding for years, with their drama appearing to stem from the latter’s collaboration with Cardi B on WAP in 2020.
Eagle-eyed fans spotted that they unfollowed each other on social media, with many convinced that there was something more going on behind the scenes.
When Megan released Hiss on January 26, some spotted lyrics that pointed to tension, including a controversial reference to Megan’s Law – a federal statute which requires law enforcement to make the information of registered sex offenders available to the public.
She rapped: ‘These h**s don’t be mad at Megan, these h**s mad at Megan’s Law, I don’t really know what the problem is, but I guarantee y’all don’t want me to start.’
Listeners made the connection to Nicki as her husband was previously convicted of attempted first-degree rape, in connection with a 1994 assault.
In 2022, he was ordered to complete one year of home confinement, three years of probation, and a $55,000 fine for failing to register as a sex offender when he made the move to California with his partner.
Nicki responded by an almighty rant on social media, while also releasing Big Foot – containing many references to the shocking moment Tory Lanez shot Megan in the foot in 2020.
He was later convicted of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Megan has not yet responded to the posts in question, or the release of Big Foot, and has yet to address whether she was referencing Nicki’s family in her track.
When asked about her own lyrics during an appearance on the Breakfast Club, she simply replied: ‘A hit dog will holler. Whoever feel it, feel it.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Nicki and Megan for a comment.
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