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Gravesite For Megan Thee Stallion’s Mom Under Tight Security After Threats From Nicki Minaj Fans

The gravesite of Megan Thee Stallion's mother is under tighter security following threats made by Nicki Minaj fans after its location was exposed.

The cemetery where Megan Thee Stallion’s mom is buried has ramped up security following alleged threats made by fans of Nicki Minaj, known as the Barbz, to desecrate her grave. Holly Thomas, Megan’s mom and also a former rapper in her own right, was laid to rest in Texas after dying from brain cancer in 2019.

According to TMZ, the heightened safety measures came after a rap beef ensued between Megan and Minaj after the Houston Hottie dropped her controversial new single, “Hiss.” Minaj took offense to a lyric regarding “Megan’s Law,” which was created to ensure the public was aware of sex offenders living in their area due to her husband, Kenneth Petty, being a registered sex offender due to an attempted rape conviction in 1995.

The escalating issue, at least from Minaj’s camp, led the Queens native to release her own diss track entitled “Big Foot,” alluding to Megan’s foot injury after being shot by Tory Lanez in 2020. As the battle extended to both their fandoms, the Barbz allegedly doxxed Megan’s mother’s burial location, telling their extremely loyal cohort to desecrate the gravesite to avenge Minaj.

Thomas was a Houston-based rapper whose stage name was “HollyHood.” The matriarch was an inspiration for Megan to begin a rap career, and her untimely passing due to her severe illness took a toll on the Grammy winner, who shared her struggles of hitting “rock bottom” without her parents here to help her in her song “Cobra.”

“Ayy, damn, I got problems/ Never thought a b*tch like me would ever hit rock bottom / Man, I miss my parents/ Way too anxious, always cancel my plans,” rapped Megan in the 2023 hit.

The current attention on Megan’s mother comes from Minaj, who has continuously brought up her passing in recent days, even going to X in a deleted post for the 28-year-old femcee to “conjure up” her deceased loved one. The mother of one also accused Megan of “lying on her dead mama” multiple times, even including the phrase in her response song. In validating the low blow, Minaj argued that Megan first ignited the fire by throwing shade at her family.