Wow! DJ Khaled’s recent video marriage proposal to Nicki Minaj has brought out some nasty haters. But people who attack you on Twitter for being large, are just cyber bullies!
DJ Khaled — Don’t Listen To These Disrespectful Tweeters
These tweeters — many of whom remain nameless, because they are using handles, are just nasty, nasty, nasty!
“Khaled a too FAT for Nicki she need a skinny man,” tweets iLovebre @GirlsLoveBre_.
“Just watched DJ Khaled’s marriage proposal to Nicki Minaj. Cringe cringe cringe cringe cringe. What a fat fool,” tweets Tristian Morris @bigstraps.
“What was DJ Khaled Thinking? Nicki likes her kids to be fat?” tweets The Head Master @PololisWang.
DJ Khaled, don’t let these disrespectful nasties get you down. You are a smart, accomplished, successful DJ, rapper, and music producer.
These haters, can only envy what you’ve achieved by the young age of 37.
DJ Khaled — You’ve Accomplished So Much & Nicki Can See That
You’ve already released six albums and will drop a seventh album titled Suffering From Success on Sept. 24. You are also the President of Def Jam South records, have been nominated for a Grammy in 2012 for Best Rap/Song Collaboration, and won DJ of the Year at the BET Awards in 2008.
I’m sure that Nicki Minaj, 30, appreciates your smarts and successes. She’s been a good friend for years and has starred in your videos, such as “All I Do Is Win (Remix),” and “take It To The Head.”
Nicki can look beyond your girth and can love you, for all your fine qualities. Plus, you’re respectful of Nicki, you work hard and you said you want to take care of Nicki — you’re protective.
Nicki needs to marry someone as successful as she is, regardless of their body size or shape: And most importantly, she needs to marry someone who genuinely understands and loves her.
DJ Khaled, you wanted to reinforce your seriousness and sincerity about your proposal — speaking out again on the red carpet at an event during the evening of July 26.
You’re Above All Of This
Responding to the question of whether Nicki should accept your $500,000 engagement ring, Rick Ross responded: “I mean, most definitely. I know Khaled, that’s my brother. I guess we all got to sit back and wait.”
Listen, DJ Khaled, having the support of a close friend like Rick, is far more important than reading or paying any attention to “fat” haters!
Honestly, I don’t think Nicki will give them one moment of consideration.
Cyber bullies are a horrible phenomenon, but DJ Khaled, you can easily rise above this. You know that the only thing that Nicki or any of us should care about, is that your heart is big!
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Should DJ Khaled totally ignore ‘fat’ disses and just focus on convincing Nicki that he’d be her best partner in life? Let me know in the comments and vote below!
— Bonnie Fuller
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