Nicki Minaj On Being Alone For The First Time In 20 Years: ‘Becoming Single Was One Of The Things That Made Me Feel Strong And Powerful’

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Nicki Minaj is singular now for flattering most a initial time in her whole adult life (and party career!) and it looks soooooo good on her!

The rapper sat down with Elle Magazine this month to speak about all that, and a lot more, in a far-reaching trimming speak that enclosed some of her thoughts on Meek Mill, a destiny of swat music, and more.

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We’ll get to all that from the interview in a sec, though first, there’s this — Nicki is unequivocally unapproachable to be eccentric during this indicate in her life, and a 35-year-old star clearly feels good and secure being alone right now (below):

“I remember feeling like we could do anything during one time in my life and somewhere along a line, we only started second guessing myself for whatever reason. As shortly as we satisfied that we could indeed live and breathe, and eat and sleep, and travel and talk, but carrying a boyfriend, something clicked in me….Becoming singular was one of a things that done me feel clever and powerful. The fact that we am a immature lady who doesn’t need a male for money. we don’t need a male for a job. I’ve never had to fuck for beats. I’ve never had to fuck for a record deal. we don’t have those pressures. we get adult when we want, emporium when we want.”


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And she went deeper on Meek, too, deliberating a quite touching impulse she common with a Judge in a box who eventually handed down his jail judgment (below):

“I know that when we went there pleading for his freedom, we know that [Judge Brinkley] spoke to me and was really honeyed and maternal, and we both cried in her chambers, and she gave him another chance. So we don’t know what’s going on.”

Wow. A lot to empty there…

There’s a garland of good things in that whole feature, BTW… we can (and should) check out a full Elle speak HERE.

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