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Nicki Minaj 'went for the jugular' during Real Housewives interview

Nicki Minaj “went for the jugular” during her interview with the cast of ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’.

The 38-year-old rap star has interviewed the show’s cast – which included Karen Huger, Gizelle Bryant, Robyn Dixon, Wendy Osefo, Ashley Darby, Mia Thornton and Candiace Dillard – for a reunion special, and Nicki has revealed she held nothing back during their chat.

She explained on Instagram: “I saw something that said I went hard on Candiace. I think I went hard on everybody equally. They’re tough girls on that show. I normally know who I can be like that with, and I could tell that they were tough enough to allow me to be tough with them.”

The ‘Anaconda’ hitmaker wasn’t “mean” towards the cast – but she didn’t give them an easy time, either.

Reflecting on the interview, Nicki said: “I think I kind of went for the jugular with everyone.

“Not in a bad way, never in a mean way. I was like, y’all, if I go back without asking the real s***, the s*** that my fans want to know, they’re going to look at me like I’m crazy. They’re going to be like, ‘B***, why don’t you get up in some things?’ So, I had to get into some things. But yes, you guys are going to be thoroughly entertained, and that’s all I’m going to say about that.”

previously teased the interview, posting a photo of himself and Nicki on his Instagram page.

The star captioned the snap: “It’s the Reunion I could never get away with! At the end of ours, tonight @nickiminaj surprised the #RHOP and did her own thing! #AndyConda. ()”

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