Rapper Nicki Minaj Covers Elle Magazine, Says She Feels Guilty For Her Role In Making Girls “Instagram Prostitutes”. Speaks On Her Single Status And How ‘Only A King Can Have My Body’
Nicki Minaj Covers Elle Magazine, Reveals Guilty For Her Role In Making Girls “Instagram Prostitutes”
Nicki Minaj covers Elle Magazine with “The Queen Reclaims Her Throne” clearly written in the July issue. The rapper who rocked a multi-colored beaded top and matching headwrap, spoke candidly on the moment she realized “how many girls were modern-day prostitutes.” This made her feel quite guilty.
“Maybe I was naïve, but I didn’t realize how many girls were modern-day prostitutes,” she begins. “Whether you’re a stripper, or whether you’re an Instagram girl—these girls are so beautiful and they have so much to offer. But I started finding out that you give them a couple thousand dollars, and you can have sex with them. I was like, Yikes. It’s just sad that they don’t know their worth. It makes me sad as a woman. And it makes me sad that maybe I’ve contributed to that in some way.”
It’s not like Nicki Minaj wants to “look down on these girls.” The point is the rapper doesn’t want her fans to think she’s like those girls sleeping around for money.
“I just don’t know if girls who look up to me think that when I’m posting a sexy picture. I’m actually the antithesis of all of that. I’m more of, like, the snobby girl, like the ‘Uh, what’ type of girl. And I want girls to be like that. I’d rather you be called snobby or a bitch or conceited—I’d rather you be called that than easy, and a ho, and a slut.”
“I love being sexy; I’m never gonna stop being an exhibitionist.”
On her relationship status, Minaj isn’t bothered she’s been single for quite a while now. She told Elle Magazine:
“Spiritually, I’ve experienced more growth in the last six months of my life, of my career, than I have in the last eight years.”
According to the rapper, this is the first time since she was fifteen that she wouldn’t have a serious boyfriend. Minaj looked at this from the positive side revealing it shows she’s doing fine as an independent lady who doesn’t need a man to be happy and fulfilled. She continued:
“I remember feeling like I could do anything at one time in my life.”
“And somewhere along the line, I just started second guessing myself, for whatever reason. As soon as I realized that I could actually live and breathe, and eat and sleep, and walk and talk without having a boyfriend, something clicked in me. Becoming single was one of the things that made me feel strong and powerful. The fact that I am a young woman who doesn’t need a man for money. I don’t need a man for a job.”
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Nicki Minaj Covers Elle Magazine, Says Only A King Can Have Her Body
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