Nicki Minaj inspired by Phaedra Parks’ shade

    Nicki_PhaedraPhaedra Parks knows how to drag a co-star across the floor without actually raising a finger, and Nicki Minaj said it doesn’t get much better than that.

    “Do you understand how obsessed I am with her? It doesn’t get better than that. She had me and my girlfriends, like we talk about her the whole hour,” the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” fan told “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”

    Nicki said she’s impressed with how the author uses her razor sharp tongue to cut all verbal challengers and still maintains her Southern Belle sophistication.

    “RHOA” fans have witnessed Phaedra thrash her cast mates and the attorney didn’t hold back during the season 6 reunion show when she targeted her nemesis Kenya Moore.

    The mother of two criticized the former Miss USA for turning to a sperm bank in search of a donor for her future child.

    “While she’s sitting around running around talking about my husband and the father of my children and she spends her weekend peddling through sperm banks, looking through catalogues trying to find a donor. Honey, you don’t know whether your babydaddy will be an axe murderer or a child molester because what you will know is that he needed $10 to get him a medium-sized pizza, so he ejaculated in a cup, so you could have a kid,” Phaedra said.

    It’s those types of comments that Nicki relishes and that inspire the Young Money first lady, who included Phaedra’s “Fix It, Jesus,” phrase in a recent track. 

It’s not just Phaedra’s words that Nicki appreciates, she is also a fan of Phaedra’s delivery.

    “We’ll sit there and drink and just talk about how Phaedra be shading people and don’t not one F be given and she don’t even raise her voice, honey,” Nicki said. “She don’t even have to move, but she will read you down.”

    Nicki talks Phaedra below.

    Watch Phaedra read Kenya.

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