Nicki Minaj recently shared on Twitter that she discovered some of her fan pages are backed by companies seeking insider information on her fanbase.

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In a series of tweets, she explained how individuals might be hired by prestigious companies to pose as fans, gather updates, and eventually disrupt things.

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Although Minaj didn’t reveal specific accounts, her fans supported her decision to unfollow eight pages.

These revelations followed the release of the deluxe edition of her latest album, “Pink Friday 2 (Gag City PLUTO Edition),” featuring a collaboration with Future on the track “Press Play.”

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Guard Your Privacy

If you follow fan pages without permission or can’t keep an eye on them, it’s smart to check and consider unfollowing to stay safe.

Remember, do everything possible to protect your brand. You could lose years of effort in few seconds.

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