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As fans know, Nicki Minaj A father was tragically killed in a crash and ran away and now, months after the loss, the rapper is finally talking about the tragedy. Check what she had to say!
Nicki Minaj became very vulnerable with her supporters, and chose to be upfront about one of the most painful things she had to go through.
Robert Marage was just out for a walk around Long Island in February when he was hit by a car and killed. The man was 64 years old.
While Nikki’s father was hospitalized, he was in critical condition and ended up dying a few days after the hit-and-run accident.
Police arrested Charles Poljevic, who was driving the car, when the fatal accident occurred.
He was charged with leaving the scene of the fatal accident, as well as tampering with evidence.
Karol Marage, Nikki’s mother, sued Polevich the following month, for $ 150 million.
Now, months later, Nikki has taken to her official website to release a statement about the loss.
“[Though] I really can’t bring myself to discuss my father’s death yet; I can say it was the most devastating loss of my life. I find myself wanting to call him all the time. Most of that now that he is gone. Life is funny this way, “The school president shared with her fans. May God have mercy on him in Heaven. He was truly loved and will be missed a lot.… It’s been a minute since I wrote a letter and I know how much you love them. I love you. I miss you so much. Thank you for all. Thing.’
In the same message, she also spoke about another loss – the death of fellow rapper DMX – which she stated hit her “like a ton of bricks”.
Losing him felt like I was losing someone I had grown up with. I fell in love with him. Blessings to his family.
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