Nicki Minaj is about to get sued by her former longtime boyfriend, alleged rapper Safaree Samuels, and he's gunning for some major loot.
Why does he think he has any kind of claim to it?
As the biggest female name in the rap game, Nicki has made a fortune from albums The Pink Print, Pink Friday and Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
A fortune Samuels feels she should share.
Samuels believes he was integrally involved in Minaj's work, and hugely influential in shaping who she is today, and he plans to make a legal case.
From videos of them working, voice memos from recording sessions, hours of clips from studio sessions, and witnesses, he cites evidence galore.
Safaree Samuels believes this is already acknowledged by Minaj, albeit implicitly, by her giving him executive producer credit on her first two albums.
Sources say Safaree feels Minaj treated him like an employee, then cast him aside without due compensation, and that his lawsuit is "imminent."
He also wants a cut of singles including "Only" featuring Chris Brown, Drizzy and Weezy, "Flawless" with Beyonce and "Feeling Myself" with Bey.
The longtime couple broke up in late 2014 after more than a decade (seriously) together; Minaj has been linked to Meek Mill for much of 2015.
Nicki has yet to respond to the allegations.