February has been a rough month for Nicki Minaj.
First, she faced criticism when her new song featured an image of Malcolm X on the cover art, and now she’s facing a lawsuit against her former “wig guru.”
“Time” reports that Terrence Davidson is filing a suit this week, claiming “that she stole wig designs he personalized for her, and sold and licensed them without cutting him in on the ensuing massive profits.”
The duo began their professional relationship back in January 2010, before the former "American Idol" judge skyrocketed to fame with “Pink Friday.”
Davidson alleges that he is responsible for some of her “fresh, hip, and unique wigs,” including the “SuperBass Wig,” the “Half Blonde-Half Pink Wig,” the “Fox Fur Wig” and many more.
They parted ways in 2012, after Nicki’s “Super Bass” boosted her the new career heights. As a singer, she is currently working on “The Pink Print,” her follow-up to 2012’s “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.”
Nicki will also make her on-screen movie debut in “The Other Woman,” a Cameron Diaz-starring comedy that opens in April.