for the love of barbie

a microblog dedicated to the beautiful and multi-talented Head Barb, NICKI MINAJ

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Zendaya and Josh interviewing Nicki at 2014 MTV Movie Awards.

gasstation:

Nicki Minaj - 2014 MTV Movie Awards, April 13th

gasstation:

Nicki Minaj - 2014 MTV Movie Awards, April 13th


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zendayaaofrps:

AU MEME REQUEST: Drake and Nicki Minaj by Zendayaaofrps
Tyga ft. Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne - Senile
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kevinwada:

Nicki Minaj
2014

kevinwada:

Nicki Minaj

2014

chadleymacguff:

peroxides:

femalerappers:

blowtreesbiitch:

Oh my Gooddness lol

so there’s that 

"ol ronald mcdonald looking ass clown"

she ain’t lie tho

lemme-holla-at-you:

fierrrrrrce:

nickimlnaj:

kbarbiebuttafly:

nickallie:

I can’t breathe.

Speechless…

I want this on the walls of my house.

ommg

Baby looks so good

lemme-holla-at-you:

fierrrrrrce:

nickimlnaj:

kbarbiebuttafly:

nickallie:

I can’t breathe.

Speechless…

I want this on the walls of my house.

ommg

Baby looks so good

doideservetobesaved:

So let me get this right, if a woman releases a song calling men niggas she is in the wrong because most men and male rappers seem to take offense. Male rappers continue to degrade females by calling them hoes and sluts, but if a woman calls a man a nigga she’s considered a bitch. Try actually listening to all the lyrics before you close minded dumb fucks judge her.


“The repetition of the n-word is a play on how male rappers consistently and unapologetically refer to women in derogatory terms in order to prop themselves up. Nicki Minaj is no more offensive, aggressive or politically incorrect then her male competition. That is the point. It is offensive, risky and controversial but underneath she clearly has something to say and she is making sure we hear it.”
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