Nicki Minaj canceled his title at the BET Experience festival, and the network apologized for the twinkle of the star at the Grammy Awards.
The star was offended by an improperly appreciated and then deleted tweety published by the American BET channel at the Grammy Awards Sunday night, according to which she was "dragged by her lacefront" after her rival Cardi B won the best rap album.
By sending letters based on a wig, Nikki said: "Young money will no longer be part of the BET Experience or the winning prize.
Young Money will no longer be part of the BET Experience or prize. Tour ️?? ♥ ️ The summer tours will soon be eliminated ?
– QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ)
February 11, 2019
Now the company has apologized and insisted that the post "should never be written".
In a statement, BET Networks said he had supported Nicki "from the start and added," Unfortunately, the respect we have for Nicki is broken by this post, which should never be written.
"The publication does not reflect how we feel about Nikki, but it does not reflect the values of our company.
"We deeply apologize for the injury, disappointment and confusion that this job has caused, and we are committed to doing everything we can to deal with the situation."
BET added that "conducts an internal audit" on the incident, and said she apologized to the rapper and her team personally while the post was deleted.
The network added: "We understand Nicki's position and look forward to continuing the dialogue with her.
"Finally, we apologize to all her fans. That should never have happened.
Prior to the apology, Nicky shared many messages from fans who stuck BET for his joke, and even encouraged a follower to ask for a refund of the funds for the festival in June.
She added, "I can not thank you enough for all my love and support that you keep showing me to all of you who said something sweet, thank you.
"Whether I read it or not, I felt it From the bottom of my heart I love you so much So so much so Stay tuned (sic)