Trinidad-Born Rapper Weighs In On Eric Garner Non-Indictment

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Trinidad-born rapper Nicki Minaj on the cover of Complex Magazine’s Dec. 2014 edition. (Instagram image)

By News Americas ET Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 5, 2014: Trinidad-born rapper, Nicki Minaj, is among celebrities weighing in on the failure by a grand jury to indict Officer Daniel Panteleo in the death of Staten Island resident, Eric Garner, 43.

Minaj like many took to social media to voice her concern. “This world just got so much scarier. RIP Eric Garner & God bless his family during this time of blatant & horrifying injustice,” Minaj posted to Twitter via Instagram.

Minaj, who is set to perform on Saturday Night Live tomorrow, Dec. 6th, also posted a rap lyric along with her comment. It was unclear whether Minaj had written the lyrics or posted it.

It read: “Every time you see me, you want to mess with me. I’m tired of it. It stops today… I’m minding my own business officer. Please just leave me alone. I told you the last time, please just leave me alone. Please don’t touch me, Do not touch me. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe. I Can’t Breathe.”

The rapper’s new album, ‘Pink List,’ her third album is due out on December 15th. In addition to getting plenty of Nicki, a number of heavy weighs are on the 19-track album including Ariana Grande and Beyoncé, Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown as well as Jeremih, LunchMoney Lewis and Skylar Grey, who’s on the latest single, “Bed of Lies.”