Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Cher's Twitter Fight With Nicki Minaj & Her Boyfriend!!!

It's nothing other-than-ordinary these days for celebrities to get into Twitter fights. Arguably, Cher has become one of the latest stars to take part in a vocal dispute with another well-known personality on the social networking site. Although it's more of a case of Cher getting into a Twitter fight with a well-known personality - and their alleged ex-boyfriend.

The legendary multi-award winning superstar somewhat clashed with newcomer Nicki Minaj and her one-time partner over a misunderstood lyric.

Yesterday, a Cher fan tweeted the Oscar-award winning actress and Grammy-award winning singer to inform her that Nicky Minaj had "dissed" her on a song, titled "Did It On 'Em." The easily misinterpreted lyric in question was, "If you could turn back time, Cher. You used to be here, now you're gone, Nair."

Cher, who has had more than 45 years in show business, appropriately responded to the fan, "Ive seen lots of people come & go! No biggie!"

Things turned ugly when Cher's comment prompted a disrespectful response from Minaj's alleged one-time boyfriend, Saferee Samuels. He tweeted, "yo cher listen to the words b4 you say dumb s--t on twitter.. do you know what a rap metaphore [sic] is??? TM [Team Minaj] is a cult you dont want it with!!" Samuels was then bombarded with negative comments regarding his tweet.

As other people were insulting the ultra-talented Cher, she attempted to close the subject, by saying, "Someone said I was dissed. I've been dissed before but instead of finding out, I just got defensive! I should have known better! Dumb."

However, people still continued to insult Cher, which led to her saying, "Give me a f--king break! I said I was dumb!" Cher ultimately deleted her tweets.

Minaj shortly joined the debate by posting a tweet directed to Cher. It simply displayed the hashtag, "#stopit5". The remark sparked even more interest on the incident with numerous people accusing Minaj of being disrespectful to Cher.


Well, in my opinion Social Media are exactly like the Press!
So, we shouldn't underestimate their power.

It is proven that saying something on Twitter or Facebook is like giving an interview to a television or to a

In a nutshell, Celebrities should pay attention!
What do you think??

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