an egotistic NICKI post

Nicki Minaj is for sure saturating the game, the radio, your ipod, television and even magazines. I did a post on her awhile back titled ” Note to Nicki” where to some readers it may have seemed as if I was hating on her when really I was letting the viewers understand that although she is a powerful woman on top her image for younger girls can be a bit influential and not in the best way. I do think she has transformed however from that time. Got a better stylist for sure and speaks on subjects in a crafty way that women can relate to her if they are empowered! I believe her strength at this moment outweighs the overtly sexiness and thats the beauty of who she has developed into! She is featured in OUT Magazine and Complex and I really admired some of the things she spoke on.,.,.,

On If there Are Gay Rappers in Hip Hop
“I think there have been many gay rappers, they just haven’t come out of the closet,” Minaj says slyly. “Yup, lots of them. They’re lurking around the industry now. Obviously, the majority of the men in hip-hop don’t want you to think they’re gay. That’s just the reality of it. I’m a woman, so I have a lot more flexibility. And I don’t lose credibility in any way if I say I think girls are dope and sexy.”

The Politics of Women in the Music Business:
It’s interesting that people have more negative things to say about me saying ‘I’m Barbie’ than me saying ‘I’m a bad bitch, So you can call yourself a female dog because that’s cool in our community. But if you call yourself a Barbie, that’s fake. Once I figure something is irritating people, I’m going to do it more,” she says, smiling, “because I like to get on your nerves until you realize how f*cking stupid you are.”

On Being forced to speak on her sexual orientation
People who like me — they’ll listen to my music, and they’ll know who I am. I just don’t like that people want you to say what you are, who you are. I just am. I do what the f*ck I want to do. The point is, everyone is not black and white. There are so many shades in the middle, and you’ve got to let people feel comfortable with saying what they want to say when they want to say it. I don’t want to feel like I’ve got the gun pointed at my head and you’re about to pull the trigger if I don’t say what you want to hear. I just want to be me and do me.”

COMPLEX MAGAZINE she speaks about being a gimmick to some, what she represents, and sexuality. There’s really no getting around this chic and sexuality lol she exudes it for sure!

Complex: Everyone has this image of you as a cartoon character with outlandish wigs, but at our shoot today you were much more low-key.
Nicki Minaj: [Laughs.] Every woman is a character—but people need to see I’m a regular human. It’s like you wear a pink wig and you’re no longer human all of sudden. You’re a thing. Like today [the photographer] was like, “Where is that Nicki Minaj smile?” But this shoot doesn’t call for the Nicki Minaj smile. You guys wanted me subdued, so I’m gonna give you a different side. I’m not gonna pull a string and be like, “It’s Barbie, bitch!”

There’s been a lot of speculation about your sexuality in the press. Your verse on Usher’s “Lil’ Freak” adds to the buzz that you’re bisexual.
Nicki Minaj: When I rap, it’s just an extension of how I speak, and that’s how I talk. If you don’t like it, don’t listen. I’m also not going to explain something just because I said it in a rap. Take what you want from it. [In the press] I didn’t say [I don’t like women]. I said I don’t have sex with women. I don’t have sex with men right now either. If [bisexual is] what they wanna call me, then fine.

So right now Nicki Minaj is celibate?
NM: Yes, and I encourage all my young Barbies to do the same. I just don’t have time.

You’ve said in recent interviews that you want to tone down the sexual content in your music. What prompted that?
NM: On “My Chick Bad,” I had to show people that I can spit a verse without sex or talking about how good I look. I’m actually timid when it comes to being overtly sexy, which is weird because in the beginning people thought of me like some freakin’ porn star. Guys reference sex all the time in their raps—I can’t even think of a record where Wayne doesn’t talk about sex—but when a female does it, people start tuning out. Then this gay dude the other day told me, “I say to dudes, ‘Maybe it’s time to put this pussy on your sideburns.'” I was crying laughing and I was like, “I can’t take this shit out of my act.” People live for that shit. [Laughs.] I just have to balance it a little bit.

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