Men and women lusting after Nicki Minaj on Instagram isn’t anything new. However, Nicki’s most recent admirer is getting attention for denying a sexually explicit comment he allegedly wrote.

William Henry Dewberry III, a pastor at the Church of God in Christ in Memphis, Tenn., caught the attention of Nick's fans after they noticed he left a sexually explicit comment on her Instagram photo. "I'll love to eat your booty," he wrote under the photo of the rapper taking a selfie of herself, showcasing her backside.

According to Daily Mail, Dewberry has since denied the claims that it he was caught thirsting after Nicki. In a Facebook post, the pastor pleaded for help and denied that Instagram user "@dewberry_2017" is actually him. "Saints, I need your help. Somebody created a fake Instagram page under my name. I don't know who did this. But, this needs to come down ASAP! May somebody report this IMMEDIATELY! I did not create this. I already have an Instagram page, and this one ain't me!!!!" he wrote.

Who knew one comment and a couple of winky face emojis could get a pastor in so much trouble? Next time Dewberry can be like the rest of humanity and longingly stare at Nicki twerking in videos like Yo Gotti's "Rake It Up" or wait for her new album. In a June interview on DJ Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 show, Whoolywood Shuffle, Nicki gave an update on her next release. “My goal right now is just releasing this fourth album and watching my fans react to it, because I know it’s going to be my best body of work," she said.

Check out Nicki Minaj's Instagram photo that Pastor Dewberry allegedly commented on below.

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