“There’s only so much a person can take…” That’s the line Nicki Minaj used just before she bid “good f***king bye” to her 11 million Twitter followers — possibly for good.
On Sunday night, the “Roman’s Revenge” hit-maker ditched the microblogging website after becoming embroiled in a viral battle with representatives for Nicki Daily, an online fansite the artist accuses of leaking her unreleased songs to the Interwebs.
After a series of choice words were exchanged between Nicki and a group of followers she called “very mean,” the femcee bypassed the usual move of blocking certain members and instead shut down her entire account.
“Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f***ing bye,” Nicki wrote just moments before deleting her profile.
Per Twitter’s Terms of Service, Minaj has a 30-day grace period to re-activate her account or face permanent deletion.
Her sophomore album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1 earlier this month.