Vogue entertainment director Sergio Kletnoy is apologizing for comments he made during Nicki Minaj’s Instagram Live as the feud between Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion rages on.
“I am a huge music lover and support many artists (especially female artists),” Kletnoy wrote Saturday on social media. “Everyone who knows me knows I love Nicki, Megan and so many other musicians.”
“I joined a livestream from one of my fave artists and was excited to hear there’s a new song from her,” Kletnoy continued. “I made comments that unfortunately were taken the wrong way.”
“I never meant to mock or insult anyone and have always been a fan of both women,” he concluded. “My apologies if my comments offended or hurt anyone.”
The Post reached out to Vogue reps for comment.
Kletnoy, who is responsible for booking celebrities for interviews and photoshoots, took to Minaj’s livestream Friday with several foot emojis and wrote, “Not ‘fragment foot’ lol not even a whole foot?”
During the livestream, Minaj referred to Megan as a “bullet fragment foot b—h.”
Minaj, 41, has been lobbing bombs at Megan following last week’s release of her new track “Hiss.”
The song features the lyric: “These hoes don’t be mad at Megan / These hoes mad at Megan’s Law,” referring to the US law requiring law enforcement make public information about registered sex offenders.
Several of Minaj’s fans think the lyric disses her husband, Kenneth Petty, 45, a registered sex offender convicted for the first-degree attempted rape of a 16-year-old girl in 1995.
Others assume the lyric is directed at Minaj’s older brother, Jelani Maraj, who was sentenced in 2020 for predatory sexual assault.