Nicki Minaj Husband Victim Details How The Couple Harassed Her

Nicki Minaj’s Husband Victim Details How The Couple Harassed Her

Nicki Minaj’s Husband Victim Details How The Couple Harassed Her!

Jennifer Hough, who is suing the “Starships” rapper and Kenneth Petty for witness intimidation, said she is “tired of being afraid.” reports Jennifer Hough goes on to say that she’s had to constantly move to get away from the continual harassment by Nicki Minaj and Kenny Petty.

In an emotional appearance on Wednesday’s episode of Fox talk show “The Real,” Jennifer Hough said she was “tired of being afraid” and hoped to assuage her fears by continuing to “speak up.”

Hough said:

I feel like the actions that were taken in regards to this whole situation have put me in a different type of fear at my age now and it was wrong. I don’t want to be afraid anymore.

Hough accused Petty of raping her at knifepoint at home in Queens, New York, in 1994, when they were both 16.

Petty subsequently pleaded guilty to attempted rape and served about four and a half years in prison, according to The New York Times. He was released in 1999.

Kenny Petty was arrested in March 2020 after failing to register as a sex offender in the state of California. In August, he accepted a plea deal, and earlier this month, pleaded guilty to the charges.

On Wednesday, Hough said she spoke directly to Minaj once in 2020. Since that time Hough has been contacted repeatedly by people who she claims were sent by the rapper “to negotiate numbers, as far as money, is concerned.”

Hough revealed:

The last incident was when one of their associates put $20,000 on my lap. And I still kept saying no…The last message I received was that I should’ve taken the money because they’re going to use that money to put on my head.

Hough said she wanted to let the couple “know that they were wrong, and you can’t do this to people. You shouldn’t do this to people.”

She added:

What he did to me and my family wasn’t OK. It wasn’t right, and it doesn’t matter how much money you have, it doesn’t matter what your status is. You can’t intimidate people to make things go better for you, and that’s what they did.”