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Kenneth Petty Under House Arrest for Threatening Offset – The Hollywood Reporter



Kenneth Petty, the husband of Nicki Minaj, has been ordered to serve 120 days of residence detention after violating the phrases of his probation by posting clips on social media that appeared to threaten the rapper Offset.

In a court docket order filed Wednesday within the Central District of California, Petty was ordered to undertake residence monitoring after he “was recorded on video making threatening remarks to a specific individual while in the company of someone with a criminal record.” The particular particular person talked about within the order is Offset, and the clips relate to a sequence of messages Petty aimed on the rapper that appeared on social media on Sept. 16.

Petty was sentenced to a few years probation in July 2022 after pleading responsible to failing to register as a intercourse offender within the state of California in 2020. In 1995, Petty was convicted for the first-degree tried rape of a 16-year-old lady and spent 4 years in jail in New York.

Within the video clip that went viral on social media on Sept. 16, Petty and a few of his entourage are seen exterior a New York Metropolis lodge, purportedly the place Offset was residing. Within the clip, amongst varied threatening feedback, Petty says, “Plan that vacation, you gonna be planning your funeral pussy!.”

In a video posted to Offset’s social media, the rapper dismissed the threats. “I’m getting off a jet, he’s funny,” Offset stated, and implied that Petty was broke.

Offset, previously a member of the Atlanta rap group Migos is the husband of rapper Cardi B. Minaj and Cardi B have had a long-running feud and each had been concerned in a struggle on the Harper’s Bazaar Icons social gathering throughout New York Style Week in September 2018. Video circulating on social media on the time confirmed Cardi B lunging towards Minaj and attacking her.

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