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Why tiptoe around Safaree Samuels’ feelings (or Dolce & Gabbana shoes) when you can get straight to the point — which is exactly what Wendy Williams did.

Samuels stopped by The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday and Wendy immediately dove right into the rapper’s relationship with Nicki Minaj and his thoughts on Minaj and Remy Ma’s ongoing beef.

When asked why he and Nicki’s relationship ended, the rapper explained that in the final year and a half of their romance, things became “really different … we just great apart.”

That’s when he dropped the bombshell that the man who would later become Minaj’s boyfriend, was behind the drama. “Meek [Mill] had a lot to do with it,” he confirmed. Samuels then further verified that Meek and Nicki’s romance kicked off while they were still together.

“At the end of the day I wasn’t 100 percent happy and mentally I was on my way out. It was just a matter of time before I physically leaved,” he said.

And although Safaree and NM are well over, folks are still talking about the ex couple’s problems, including Remy Ma.

In a recently dropped diss track titled “shETHER,” Remy suggests her rap nemesis wouldn’t be successful without the help of her now ex-fiancé, Safaree.

According to Samuels, however, the writing process was a “collaborative effort.” He told the talk show host, “She doesn’t sit there and do absolutely nothing. I was a helping force in everything that had to do with creative music.”

The New York native then admitted that he helped Nicki with “everything” — therefore, it’s only fair he receives compensation.

In 2015, Safaree was planning to file a lawsuit against Minaj, requesting millions of dollars from Nicki’s three studio albums: Pink FridayPink Friday: Roman Reloaded and The Pinkprint.  

Although never following through with he suit, he told Williams that he still expects to be paid. An exact number, by the way, was not revealed.

Watch the full interview below.

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