- A legal practitioner has gained the love of internet users after quoting Nicki Minaj to back up an argument
- The lawyer and TV host, Ari Melber, used lines from the rapper’s No Fraud song during a news segment
- Several social media users could not help but react to the lawyer’s spontaneity
While it may not be strange for quotes from authors and academic scholars to be used as back up during serious arguments, it does raise an eyebrow when the lyrics of hip-hop rappers and musicians are used to drive a point home.
This was the case with American lawyer and TV host, Ari Melber, who used lines from rapper Nicki Minaj’s song to back up a point during a live news segment.
Melber who is the chief legal correspondent for MSNBC, without a second thought drew lyrics from the rapper’s 2017 No Fraud song.
With a straight face, Melber said:
“Minaj made it quite plain, ‘I don’t need no frauds, don’t need no drama, don’t need no lies.’”
Watch a clip showing the epic TV moment below:
As expected, many fans of the rapper and other social media users could not help but react to Melber’s bold move.
One fan who seemed to be a fan of Melber said:
"As an Ari Melber fan that watches him nightly, you’d know this is par for the course. Ever check out his guests? Hip-hop references that at times he has to explain to a few guests? He’s 100% Keep up the good work."
More reactions from fans below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian singer Davido opened up on getting to work with Nicki Minaj on his A Better Time album.
The singer in a New York Times article said he texted Minaj on Instagram after a drunk night at the club because they already followed each other.
According to him, she responded and within two days her verse for Holy Ground was sent to him.
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