The cranky 19-month-old baby sat front row with her famous parents at Pier 94, though neither the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star nor the “Black Skinhead” rapper seemed to be able to calm her down.
There’s a new celebrity romance in Tinseltown, as Nicki Minaj told the world she’s going steady with Meek Mill on Monday (February 2).
The “Super Bass” rapper posted a photograph of herself holding hands with Mr. Mill as he planted a smooch on her cheek. Back in the fall, Nicki and Meek were rumored to be getting close after she split with longtime beau Safaree Samuels.
She loves showing fans all angles of her life, and Nicki Minaj is once again doing a documentary for the MTV Network. Following up her “Nicki Minaj: My Time Now” project from 2010, the “Super Bass” babe will star in “Nicki Minaj: My Time Again” when it hits the airwaves on January 18th.
And in the newly-released trailer, it’s pretty obvious that Nicki’s life has gotten even crazier and more emotional than it was in the first show. The one-minute preview includes footage of Nicki’s backup dancer getting bitten by a snake at the Video Music Awards as well as several wardrobe malfunctions.
She's never afraid to flaunt her assets, and Nicki Minaj dropped her trousers for a photo shoot with celebrity photographer Terry Richardson. The Trinidad-born beauty supported the USA by rocking an American flag tank that barely covered her lady party while striking a few poses for Rolling Stone magazine.
As previously reported by GossipCenter, Miss Minaj opened up to the mag about having an abortion when she was younger and why she decided to open up about the experience in her new tune, "All Things Go."
Long before she was rapping about anacondas, Nicki Minaj was a lovely student at the famed LaGuardia High School of Music & Art in New York City. And earlier this week, an old skit starring the “Super Bass” hitmaker surfaced online, showcasing her stage acting skills and fiery personality.
In the clip, Nicki ends up arguing with a fellow student and eventually throws a telephone at her before the drama teacher breaks it up.
She’s always played by her own rules, and Nicki Minaj's powerful new album The Pinkprint takes fans to a place she’s never gone before. In her Rolling Stone cover story, the “Anaconda” rapper explains, "One of my goals was to give people a glimpse into my personal life, because it's something I've kept very private.”
"I had to learn to do something as simple as sleep alone. I struggled with 'Do I express these feelings?' And I decided there's no reason for me to hide. I'm a vulnerable woman, and I'm proud of that."
She’s been promoting the heck out of her new album The Pinkprint, and last night (December 16) Nicki Minaj was in the house for “CRWN: A Conversation with Elliott Wilson and Nicki Minaj.” The “Anaconda” rapper wore a snazzy fur hooded top as she greeted fans and posed for photos ahead of her much-anticipated interview.
Over the weekend, Nicki stopped by SiriusXM’s Shade 45 studio to discuss her thoughts on the rivalry between her pals Lil Wayne and Birdman. "We're good. Love conquers all. I do know that, no matter what, we're a family. We're not always the best of friends and chummy chummy, but we're a family and we love each other underneath it all."