By Kathy Iandoli
Yesterday (September 22) Nicki Minaj denied performing at an upcoming Montclair State University concert and today she exposed the culprit.
Nicki revealed the identity of the promoter who sold a faux concert date with the MC as the headliner to the New Jersey college.
"According to MSU, they sent money to Romarick Hough of Premiere Talent Agency 646.327.8648,” Nicki tweeted.
She also confirmed that several more school across the country were sold false concert dates.
“Our legal teams are working, there are way more schools that were scammed,” Nicki Minaj tweeted. “We are working to put an end to this. Thank you.”
Last night, Nicki called into Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex show and futhered discussed the incident.
“I didn’t have anything to do with it,” Nicki told Flex. “People are going around pretending that they are able to book me or they’re able to sign paperwork to get me there... It’s a lot of college clubs or college shows being promoted that I have no idea about.”
Meanwhile, Barbie's New Jersey fans as well as the students of Montclair State are pretty disappointed.
“I feel bad for everyone involved in the #MSU @Nicki Minaj scam,” @xstefaneex tweeted. “Everyone was so excited to have her at our school. It’s such a let down.”
“That Nicki Minaj concert at MSU was a scam? That's crazy ‘cause I know hella people that paid for tickets,” said another fan @IAmAaronNevers.
Whether the Nickster will perform for her MSU fans remains to be seen, but until then this guy Romarick Hough has quite a bit of explaining to do.