Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands ¿Drugs?

In a rather awkward moment, Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands ahead of a scheduled concert in the country.

Despite this, Nicki Minaj was released on Saturday, hours after she was apparently arrested by police in the Netherlands on suspicion of exporting soft drugs, authorities said.

Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands  on a rather sensitive but somewhat career-speaking charge.

The rapper was fined and allowed to “continue her journey,” police said in a release translated on X just before 4 p.m. ET.


Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands  while traveling to Manchester, England, from Amsterdam for a concert on her “Pink Friday 2 World Tour” when she was apparently arrested.

Minaj, whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj-Petty, was scheduled to perform at Manchester’s Co-op Live arena on Saturday night.

But because Nicki Minaj was arrested in the Netherlands her performance was postponed, Live Nation UK said in an update.

“Despite Nicki’s best efforts to explore every possible avenue to make tonight’s show happen, today’s events, have made this impossible,” the company said. “We are deeply disappointed by the inconvenience this has caused.”

Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands —Drugs?

Tickets will still be valid for the rescheduled concert, the company said.

Without a doubt, it was trending worldwide that Nicki Minaj was arrested in the Netherlands, in this alleged crime of which she is accused.

Police have not identified the name of the person arrested, but when asked if it was Minaj, a spokesman said officers had “arrested a 41-year-old American woman at Schiphol Airport for possession of soft drugs.”

Earlier on Saturday, Minaj had shared numerous social media posts detailing the incident.

In a video she shared on X, the rapper is seen being told that her luggage needs to be searched.

“I’m so sorry to say that,” a man at the airport tells her.

“But isn’t that what you planned to do from the beginning? Why didn’t you check it before you got on the plane?” responds Minaj.

The man says they did a “random quick check” but they need to open the luggage.

After Nicki Minaj arrested in the Netherlands, the artist, in various publications, said she believed people were trying to “stop this tour” and were lying to her.

“They took my luggage and when I asked where I was they told me I was on the plane. It couldn’t have been like that, I just stopped,” he said. “I never gave them my bags. They refuse to let me see my own bags.”

In another post, the singer wrote: “They are getting paid a lot of money to try to sabotage my tour because so many people are mad that it’s so successful and they can’t eat me. They got caught stealing money from my tour.”

“That’s how they put stuff in your luggage,” said another.

During an Instagram Live, Minaj filmed the police as they told her to get into a van so they could take her to the police station.

In a post on X, the rapper said she was told she had to “go 5 minutes to make a statement about my safety at the police station.”

The artist is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, she stressed in an Instagram live video to an officer that she was not carrying any drugs.

The Netherlands is in the midst of a campaign to keep away chaotic tourism, which, on many occasions, only go to consume drugs and sexual profligacy.

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