Over the weekend, the Anaconda rapper Nicki Minaj had a top-class performance in Dubai and requested every attention from her crew.
However, she was uncontrollably angry when she looked up and found a security guard disobeying her orders. The guard was talking on the phone while on duty.
The security personnel was one of those appointed to manage the excited crowd as she was dishing out lyrics from her popular track “Feeling Myself”.
What next? In her own little way of resolving the issue and reminding the guard of his job, Nicki Minaj stopped the performance midway, walked up to the guard and extended her hand in request for the phone.
Once the guard released the phone to her, she smashed it across the stage and continued with her performance as if that was nothing.
Would you call her a boss or a b*tch?
Nicki’s documentary (My Life) pointed out facts about women getting a reputation for being a b*tch if considered too assertive.
In her words: “When I am assertive, I’m a b*tch. When a man is assertive, he’s a boss. He bossed up. No negative connotation behind ‘bossed up.’ But lots of negative connotation behind being a b*tch.
Donald Trump can say, ‘You’re fired.’ Let Martha Stewart run her company the same way and be the same way. [People will say] ‘F-ing old evil b*tch!’ But Donald Trump, he gets to hang out with young b*tches and have 50 different wives and just be cool. ‘Oh, Donald, we love you, Donald Trump!’ “ Minaj quipped.
Onika Tanya Maraj, known professionally as Nicki Minaj, is a Trinidadian-born American rapper, singer and songwriter.