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16 Nicki Minaj Quotes to Remind you of Your True Worth

Born Onika Tanya Maraj, Nicki Minaj started up as an aspiring waitress and became one of the most prominent rappers in recent years.

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Minaj was initially discovered by Dirty Money Records through her MySpace account, so if you’re talented, don’t lose your hope on being famous one day; someone might soon discover your gift.

Nicki Minaj’s debut album Pink Friday was released in 2010 and went four times platinum. The album also had seven singles reach the Billboard’s Hot 100, making her the first female solo artist with such an achievement. I guess we all like that super bass.

When she was younger, Minaj’s acting career failed to take off; that’s when she started waitressing. This didn’t last very long — known for speaking her mind, Minaj was fired after being rude to customers. However, after becoming a well-known musician, her love for fashion extended to film too. She is also a champion for education and regularly helps students get scholarships.

Nicki Minaj lived in a fantasy world in order to cope with her tough childhood, but those early struggles helped her become stronger and fueled her drive to be what others only dream about.

Here are 17 Nicki Minaj quotes to remind you of your true value when in doubt.

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Good advice I always hated, but lookin’ back it made me greater.

Shout out to my haters, sorry that you couldn’t phase me.

You’re not gonna tell me who I am. I’m gonna tell you who I am.

I will not let anyone scare me out of my full potential.

I believe that life is a prize, but to live doesn’t mean you’re alive.

Stay in school. Don’t ever be lazy, don’t you ever complain about hard work. Work hard, it pays off.

You have to know that as long as you love who you are — your morals, your values, that type of stuff, you’re ok.

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I just want women to always feel in control, because we’re capable, we’re so capable.

You don’t have to feel the need to put somebody down to make yourself feel better.

Some people have to put in the work. Others get to cut corners. We see it but don’t say it. Welcome to the real world.

True confidence leaves no room for jealousy. When you know you are great, you have no need to hate.

When I win and when I lose, I take ownership of it, because I really am in charge of what I do.

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You wanna know what scares people? Success. When you don’t make moves and you don’t climb up the ladder, everybody loves you because you’re not competition.

We all have insecurities, but you have to know you’re beautiful.

When you’re a girl you have to be everything… You have to be sexy, and you have to be this and you have to be that, and you have to be nice. It’s like, I can’t be all those things at once. I’m a human being.

People will love and support you when it’s beneficial

Cry Of The Unknown

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From all corners… I cry
I… I cry for you, for you
Its only blood, mm… blood
That makes me yarn for you
Because you are part of it


But Oh! Even if I cry
My heart will not be answered
For you know not Who I am
I am your blood, that blood
You neglected!
Not because you don’t love me,
But because you don’t know me.

Plandemic – Untold story

Plandemic

Plandemic is a 26-minute conspiracy theory video released in May 2020 that promotes a variety of falsehoods and misinformation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.[1][2] The film was produced by Mikki Willis’s California-based production company Elevate, which has produced other conspiracist videos in the past.[2] The producers of the video state that it is a trailer for an upcoming film to be released in Summer 2020.[3][1][2] Starring in the video is discredited former medical researcher turned anti-vaccination activist Judy Mikovits.[4]

Love! Love! Love! 💓

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The moment my relationship ended, a light in my life was extinguished. What no one told me was when one light disappears, a new brighter light takes its place. The catch is that it doesn’t appear right in front of you, it has to be found.

The hardest obstacle of my post-breakup healing was not what I expected. I was told the hardest part of a breakup is getting through the heartbreak, the sadness, and the loss. I don’t disagree that these aspects were difficult to overcome, but, they definitely weren’t the toughest obstacles.

Daily Story #2+1 – Rihanna

Now thriving as a fashion icon and music idol, she often refers to her childhood struggles as the driving force behind her many ventures. Her life wasn’t always about making headlines and performing concerts. On the contrary, Rihanna’s story begins on a small island with a drug-addicted father and a producer who didn’t think she could sing.

Here is Rihanna’s life story:

Growing up in a troubled home
Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born on February 20th in 1988, in Saint Michael Parish on the island of Barbados. She was the eldest child born to humble parents. Her mother worked as an accountant and her father was a warehouse supervisor.

Rihanna grew up in a small bungalow along with her two younger brothers. Money was always low throughout her childhood. Yet her father would come home drunk having spent half his paycheck on alcohol and crack. His addictions put tremendous strain on the family and his drug-induced tempers would often turn physical. While her mother was the primary target, on one occasion he turned on Rihanna after she asked to stay 10 more minutes at the beach.

When her father lost his job, everything got worse. Food became scarce, the house was littered with drug paraphernalia, and Rihanna would walk in on her father smoking crack. She closed herself off and would barely speak to anyone. It became so stressful that she suffered from intense headaches, which led to countless exams and the belief that she had a tumor.