The Steven Tyler - Nicki Minaj Feud Erupts!

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

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Minaj has said that she heard from a reliable source that due to his huge lips, Tyler goes through three lipsticks per week.

NEW YORK CITY - Steven Tyler insists that he left American Idol on his own volition and that he was not forced out as new American Idol judge Nicki Minaj has erroneously stated.

He went on to say that he cannot believe that the AI producers chose Nicki Minaj to replace him.

"Lips" Tyler stated to Bedroom Pillow Talk, that Minaj replacing his is like Toby Dingus Hillyfarker, III, replacing Kobe Bryant.

He pointed out that he cannot believe that they would hire a woman who looks more like a Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus clown than a reality music show judge.

Tyler who is not shy added that Minaj has the judging know-how of a pretzel.

When Minaj was told of the ex-American Idol judge's remarks she hollered out that apparently Tyler's lips have gotten infected because the venom has worked its way up to what little brain he has left.

She giggled as she said that Steven really needs to take singing lessons from Adam Lambert because right now he couldn't hit the high notes if a WWF wrestler was squeezing his crotch with the grip of a vise.

Minaj said that Tyler seems to relish dressing more like a woman than most women do. She pointed out that he wears nail polish, eyeliner, lipstick, mascara, and even uses Lady Mitchum Deodorant.

SIDENOTE: Bedroom Pillow Talk will stay on top of the Steven Tyler - Nicki Minaj Feud and bring you any further developments as they develop.

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