A suit against hip pop doll Nicki Minaj (pictured) has been thrown out of the court saccording to TMZ. Minaj was sued for $30 million by her former wig designer Terrence Davidson. Davidson alleged that she agreed to partner with him to sell and license the hair creations he had made especially for her. The stylist also claimed that Minaj reneged on their agreement and used his designs to start her own wig line.
Minaj, whose actual name is Onika Tanya Maraj, is known for wearing extravagant costumes and over-the-top multi-colored wigs. Davidson reportedly began working for the rapper back in 2010, and the pair parted company last year. In the suit, he says he created wigs and shades, including the pink number (pictured) that has come to be associated with Minaj.
Davidson claims not only did Minaj and he brainstorm wig designs and plans to co-share a line, but also conceived a reality show that would feature them both. Instead of these plans coming to pass, though, Minaj and her agents reportedly began pushing him away, not making him privy to any lucrative deals.
To add insult to injury, Davidson say Minaj actually stole a few of his wig creations and repackaged them to place in her own line, with some even being used to design bottle tops for her fragrance line.