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Nicki Minaj joins Ariana Grande, calls out Grammys producer

By Reuters
13 February 2019   |   12:28 pm
Nicki Minaj joins Ariana Grande, calls out Grammys producer. Minaj says she was "bullied" by Grammy Awards show producer Ken Ehrlich. Nicki Minaj, via Twitter Minaj has never won a Grammy, despite being nominated 10 times since 2011.

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