1. "When you disrespect Nicki Minaj, and I don't care if it's in front 200,000 or equates to 2 million when being streamed live, you're disrespecting my fans. I don't have a problem with anyone saying anything to me, but don't make those 3 million people that downloaded "Starships" feel inferior in any way for their personal taste in music".
2. “Before I had New York radio, I had Wayne... Wayne gave me a very valuable lesson last night on knowing my worth. Wayne has been my mentor. He’s the one that co-signed me to the world. Yesterday, after a man disrespected me and called my music bullsh*t and getting people riled up against me, I was still going to go on stage…shame on me. He tweeted before he called, and he said, “Nick. We ain’t doing that show.”
3. “For this person (Peter Rosenberg) to single out the only female on the bill…You need to respect I’m the only woman holding it down for [women] on that stage.”
4. “Do you see the kind of places I’ve gone to? Did you see how many people we were with yesterday? We were 200 deep. Let’s not go there. There isn’t a b*tch alive—and when I say b*tch, I include men, because you’re a b*tch when you act like that—that could scare me from performing a show. I get money.”
5. “You said something about my record sales. And I want you to pull up your roster from everyone who was performing on your show. My first album sold 375,000 copies in its first week. My first album has gone on to sell 3.5 million records. My second album is at 900,000 worldwide... If you don’t know, call Matt Voss at Universal, Flex, do the math. That’s 1.2 million on my second album. Even without the single, I’ve sold 3.5 million albums in two years. I want you [t0 think] before you ever open your mouth."
6. "When I saw Foxy Brown, she said, "Nick, why are they saying things about your sales when you’ve gone number one in four countries?" You know who the last one to do that was, Flex? The person previous to me was Eminem in 2010."
7. "Flex. I need you to breathe. You’re not even listening and I need you to simmer. We emailed (Hot 97 manager Ebro Darden), and actually, my manager was the first person to tell me, "Yo, you’re not going on that stage." Wayne was the second person. For three hours, we could not get a resolution."
8. "There's nothing worse than coming home and feeling like you're not appreciated."
9. “When you want our team to come to your show, treat us with respect. And that’s all we’re asking. We’re not asking for any special treatment. Just respect. And I’m very proud of my team, and the way they stood behind me—and I’m very happy to show my female fans in that audience, and even my gay fans in that audience, when I’m coming to your home, respect me. It’s no longer comedy. Wayne doesn’t take me as a joke.”
10. "I just wanna leave with saying this: I’m gonna make this up to my fans. And I want my fans to know, nothing, no radio station, no one can alter our relationship. I have a very personal relationship with my fans, and I’m truly sorry that people’s nights were ruined. You guys have no idea, I’ve gone through hell and back. I’m not a quitter. I show up and perform. I went with my team’s decision, and I made history, and the next time I come out, people won’t disrespect me. And for once, I feel like I’ve really really shown the world, I love and respect myself, and people aren’t gonna go there any more. And you know what, Flex? Hit me on the email, it’s all good."