Nicki Minaj Mom Hit With Lawsuit Over Daughter's Botched 1-Hour $53K Appearance

A botched appearance during NBA All-Star Weekend landed at the door of Nicki Minaj's mom.

(AllHipHop News) Nicki Minaj's mother has been served with a $53,000 lawsuit claiming her daughter broke an agreement to host a Hollywood event.

According to court documents, lawyers for Cahuenga Inc. want a judge to rule that serving Nicki's mom Carol with their legal claim counts as serving the hip-hop star.

Cahuenga executives claim they have frequently tried to Nick hitmaker with the papers, but their agents have been unable to as she has been touring and shielded by a security crew.

Officials acting for the company visited a house the 35-year-old owns in New York last month but were only able to serve notice to her mom.

Bosses at the firm charge to have "vigorously attempted to serve Defendant Minaj personally" but to have floundered in their attempts.

They state that a lawyer subsequently contacted them claiming Carol was not authorized to accept service.

The lawsuit relates to an agreement Cahuenga execs had with Nicki to host an event at Hollywood's Siren Studios during the 2011 National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Weekend.

They claim they paid the singer $53,000 to stay for an hour from midnight - but she turned up at 1.30 am and only stayed for half the agreed time, resulting in them losing out on profits.

They filed the legal claim in 2017 but it has been paused as they have been unable to serve notice on her.

A previous complaint about the same matter failed back in 2014 for the same reason.