Monday, May 13, 2013

NICKI MINAJ GRACES THE JUNE/JULY ISSUE OF "TEEN VOGUE" TALKS DYSFUNCTIONAL CHILDHOOD, THE INDUSTRY & MORE


Nicki minaj has truly come a long way from her hip hop street rhymes to becoming a mainstream artist that has found her place in the Hollywood scene. Nicki brings her bubbly personality to the cover of the June/July issue of Teen Vogue with her colorful costumes that has been popular & highly talked about through our her career. In the issue she reveals why she keeps it real in the industry, why he critics opinions of her don't matter & how her childhood was greatly affected by the turbulent relationship between her mother & father.

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On her critics:

I used to read the bad things people said about me, then I asked myself, ‘Why am I reading that when I have millions of people saying great things?’ You cannot give negativity power. I tell teens, if you’re having a problem, there’s nothing wrong with deleting your social media. If people keep taunting you and you keep reading it, it’s poison.



On not faking the funk in the industry:

People treat this business like it’s high school. It can absolutely feel like one big popularity contest, and you know what? I can’t be bothered. I can’t allow myself to play ridiculous games with grown adults in the industry. I can’t be nice to someone just because they’re hot right now. I can’t do it..

On how her parents dysfunctional relationship affected her childhood:

Every time my parents fought, my mother would have us move and I would have to go to a new school, which meant I’d have to face the task of making new friends. I dreaded it. I had butterflies in my stomach each time: Are people going to like or hate me? … Sometimes there’d be a fight, sometimes not. I let people know I wasn’t going to be pushed around..



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