Nicki Minaj slams 'clown' Kevin Federline after he released videos of ex-wife Britney Spears appearing to yell at their sons

Nicki Minaj toured with Britney Spears in 2011. Theo Wargo/Staff/Getty Images
Nicki Minaj dissed Kevin Federline after posting videos of Britney Spears disagreeing with her sons.
Minaj said Federline was acting like a "clown" by speaking to the press about his co-parent.
The rapper opened up about her own experiences with exes while speaking to the press.
Nicki Minaj addressed the dispute between former spouses Britney Spears and Kevin Federline on an episode of her amp radio show Queen Radio, which aired on Tuesday, blasting Federline for speaking to the media about Spears and her relationship with her sons .
"Do you understand what kind of clown you have to be - a whole, grown damn man, and once you see someone happy and getting married and moving on and being free and feeling good in their own skin to do exactly what you know will try to break them? to go to the media? the rapper said of Federline.
"Only cowards use the media against a famous person they once loved, procreated with, are cared for, were once cared for," Minaj continued on the live stream.
Federline, who was married to Spears from 2004 to 2007 and gained full custody of their children in 2008, shared -- then quickly deleted -- videos that appeared to show the pop star hanging out with her sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden, 15 ) on Instagram disputed August 11.
Last week, on August 6, Federline gave an interview to the Daily Mail in which he opened up about the boys' decision to skip Spears' wedding to Sam Asghari and their decision not to see their mother .
On Aug. 10, seemingly in response to Federline's Daily Mail interview and the day before he shared the videos in which Spears appeared to yell at her sons, Spears opened up about her sons' "tough" decision to be less in a lengthy, emotional Instagram see post that was also deleted.
"I'm talking about this because my heart doesn't understand cruelty. It breaks my heart because nowadays it seems like cruelty actually wins when it's not about winning or losing!!!" the "Womanizer" singer wrote in the now-deleted post. "But I can't process how I've dedicated 20 years of my life to these kids... it was all about them!!! That they took my breath away.”
Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj performed onstage at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards. Ethan Miller/Getty Images for ABC
Minaj, 39, has been the subject of her own public flings with ex-boyfriends like Safaree Samuels and Meek Mill. Samuels conducted a series of interviews after reports of their breakup circulated in 2014, introducing Meek Mill on his 2017 track 1942 Flows threw a few bars in her direction.
On Queen Radio, Minaj also accused Federline of using Spears' fame against her "as that constant 'gotcha' moment." She sent Federline a direct message during the stream, asking if he thought the public felt sorry for him. "You think you're not gonna get the fuck karma from this? Do you think it's ok? Do you think anyone will feel sorry for you?” she asked.
Minaj also criticized Federline for bringing his and Spears' sons into their public feud. "How dare you encourage this woman's children to be part of your nonsense?" she said.
"If you look back, you'll say, 'Why, why, why did we do that?' They're kids. They don't know how harmful that is, but you do," she added.
Spears and Minaj performed together on the Femme Fatale tour in 2011. They also collaborated on a remix of "Till the World Ends".
"She loves her children more than life itself," Minaj, mother of one, said of her former collaborator.
Representatives for Minaj, Spears and Federline did not immediately respond to insiders' requests for comment.
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Britney Spears
American pop singer (born 1981)
Kevin Federline
American entertainer

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