A guy who appears in an upcoming Nicki Minaj video claims he was demoted from the lead role to a face in the background … all for revealing top secret information about the project on Twitter.
The guy with the six-pack is Toyin Koyejo — who claims he was punished for tweeting the title of the song featured in the music video. Apparently, Minaj had intended to keep it a secret.
Sources connected to the shoot tell us Toyin was approached by a furious crew member who claims the tweet was a direct violation of his confidentiality agreement … and Toyin was almost fired on the spot.
However, we’re told Toyin apologized to the powers that be … and they let him stay on the project … but in a less prominent role as a featured extra.
Story Courtesy of our pal at TMZ
According to sources, the two were supposed to be recording a song together when some words were exchanged – between Keyshia and one of the guys with Nicki.
The insider explained, “Someone said something out of line to Keyshia, and she wasn’t going to stand for that. Then Nicki got involved and it was down hill from there.”
Sources say , “Keyshia was ready to fight and there was a lot of people in each others faces and pushing, but no punches were actually exchanged.” Story developing.
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