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Manchester City star Mario Balotelli attended a concert by rapper Nicki Minaj on Monday night at the MEN Arena. He also had full intentions to meet up with Minaj after the show, but was reportedly stood up on account of tiredness and chicken.A source told The Sun newspaper: "Mario was gutted. He’s a big fan and turned up with gifts along with his other Man City team-mates. But Nicki was too tired after the gig and feasted on a massive Nando’s order instead — so he went home disappointed. He’d even bought a camera especially."That's right. Balotelli had even gone through the trouble of setting up a meeting with the rap star prior to the gig. However, the 21-year old footballer was dissed in favor of tasty poultry instead.Or maybe the main reason was because Minaj was still troubled by the wardrobe malfunction that occurred during her performance? Minaj's top reportedly fell down during the show and revealed some of her breast area, particularly her flower-shaped ni...
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Mario Balotelli has feelings too.
The Manchester City star had his heart set on meeting meeting Niki Minaj, but the rapper snubbed him because she was tired and hungry, according to Metro.
Minaj performed at the Manchester Evening News (MEN) Arena on Monday as part of her Pink Friday: Reloaded tour, and Balotelli, along with a few of his City teammates, went to the...
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli usually doesn't get rejected on or off the field of play. Apparently Nicki Minaj didn't receive the memo and snubbed a rendezvous with the Italian star by opting for a late dinner at Nando's.
According to Metro, Minaj refused to meet the Manchester City star before her Pink Friday: Reloaded concert at Manchester Evening News (MEN...
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