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Nicki Minaj was arrested at Amsterdam airport on suspicion of transporting "soft drugs".


Nicki Minaj was arrested at Amsterdam airport on suspicion of transporting "soft drugs". The singer apologized to fans outside a Manchester hotel early Sunday morning after postponing a concert in the UK after being arrested by Dutch authorities on drug-trafficking charges. In a statement released by Live Nation and concert venue Co-op Live, organizers said they were "deeply saddened". disappointed" by the inconvenience caused.
In the video published on social networks, Minaj can be heard talking to the police at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. The singer mentions "the videos they found" and then she is seen being taken out of the car and put into a police car. When he asks why he is being put in the police car, the official informs him that he was "arrested" for "carrying drugs". Minaj responds. "I don't have drugs with me."
Minaj repeatedly asks for the address of the police station and an attorney throughout the video, while the police ask her to stop filming. Dutch police told CNN that they arrested the 41-year-old American woman at Schiphol Airport "with light drugs." Later on Saturday, the Dutch Royal Administration informed that the woman "suspected of transporting light drugs" was released. "After consultation with the prosecution, the suspect paid a fine and has now been allowed to continue on tour," the statement said. Minaj is currently on her Pink Friday 2 World Tour in support of her latest album, which was released late last year.