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Nicki Minaj Addresses “Bully” Criticism and Reflects on Her Rap Game Impact in Ebro Darden Interview



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Nicki Minaj’s recent interview with Ebro Darden on Apple Music delved into various aspects of her career, personal growth, and her new album, Pink Friday 2. One notable part of the conversation revolved around common criticism labeling Minaj as a “bully” for her interactions with peers, a claim she laughed off with a touch of irony.

Minaj clarified her perspective, stating, “You’re just getting Nicki when you hear the music. The other stuff is work and some of it is play. I mean, let’s face it. This is my fing job. I have to have some sort of fun. If it means making fun of these hes– why the fk not? The thing is though, I’ve realized it’s like a movie. They’ve made me the bad guy so I’ve welcomed the challenge. You know why? It’s because I know I can accept that challenge. None of them can. None.”

Additionally, the rapper discussed the recognition she receives in the rap game and highlighted the double standards female artists face compared to their male counterparts. She emphasized that her focus has always been on her lyrical skills and lamented the shift towards a culture that places more importance on appearances. Minaj cited influential figures like Biggie, Jay-Z, Foxy Brown, Lil Wayne, and Lauryn Hill as sources of inspiration, expressing gratitude for their lasting impact on her.

She remarked, “Whether it’s Biggie, whether it’s Jay, whether it’s Foxy, whether it’s Wayne, whether it’s Lauryn Hill. Because they were so great, I don’t care about any of Biggie Smalls’ videos or Lauryn Hill’s videos. I care about the music.”

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As the interview touched on various aspects of Minaj’s career and the evolving landscape of the music industry, she continued to assert her place as a significant force in hip-hop. Stay tuned for more updates on Nicki Minaj’s journey and the latest news in the music industry.

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