In a strange turn of events, rapper Nicki Minaj has released an audio clip mocking British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he and his staff stamped down the female artist's claims that vaccines cause impotence. 

Nicki Minaj released an audio file on Twitter with the caption, “Send this to the prime minister & let him know they lied on me. I forgive him. No one else. Only him.” The audio file has her mocking the Prime Minister while mimicking a British accent, according to the Independent.

“Yes hello, Prime Minister Boris. It’s Nicki Minaj. I was just calling to tell you I thought you were so amazing on the news this morning. And I’m actually British. I was born there. I went to university there. I went to Oxford,” the audio file said.

She continued mocking the Prime Minister with these additional lines: “I went to school with Margaret Thatcher, and she told me so many nice things about you. I’d love to send you my portfolio of my work, since you don’t know much about me. I’m a big, big star in the United States.”

This mockery comes after Boris Johnson refuted Nicki Minaj’s claims about the COVID-19 vaccine causing impotence for its users. 

“I'm not as familiar with the works of Nicki Minaj as I probably should be, but I'm familiar with Nikki Kanani, superstar GP of Bexley who has appeared many times before you, who will tell you that vaccines are wonderful and everybody should get them,” Johnson said. 

The statement by Nicki Minaj has also caused TV personality Piers Morgan to call Minaj the “rudest little madam,” which she added on her Twitter profile bio, the Daily Beast reported. 

Chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty also dismissed Nicki Minaj’s claims that vaccines cause impotence: “There are a number of myths that fly around, some of which are just clearly ridiculous and some of which are clearly designed just to scare. That happens to be one of them.”

jeremy-bezanger-Jm1YUfYjpHI-unsplash Nicki Minaj released an audio file mocking Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he refuted her claims that vaccines cause impotence. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images