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Nicki Minaj Arrested at Amsterdam Airport Over Alleged Weed Possession



American rapper Nicki Minaj was arrested at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport on May 25, 2024, while en route to a scheduled show in Manchester.

According to Nicki Minaj’s tweets on her X account, police claimed to have found weed in her luggage during a customs check. She shared a video of airport officials searching her luggage and asserted that the incident was orchestrated by her enemies to sabotage her Pink Friday World Tour.

Nicki Minaj stated that the police were paid to obstruct her tour and that she had previously experienced issues with theft from her travel jets.

She also pointed out that weed is legal in Amsterdam.

The police claimed to have found pre-rolls in her luggage, which Nicki Minaj attributed to her security team. The pilot reportedly asked her to take down her Instagram post about the incident.

This incident comes as a surprise to many, as Nicki Minaj was set to perform at Co-op Live in Manchester.

The arrest has raised questions about the circumstances surrounding the alleged possession of weed and the motivations behind the police’s actions.

Fans and supporters of Nicki Minaj are eagerly awaiting further developments in this situation.

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