Nicki Minaj Addresses Men

Nicki Minaj has a problem with men who feel the need to question women’s beauty standards. The “Do We Have a Problem?” rapper applauded after one of his male followers reposted several selfies and suggested he stop using a filter on his face. “I pray that someone will release him from that filter one day, it’s beautiful without him,” he said.

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Minaj responded by saying there was nothing telling men how to dress or make up for women.

“Stop policing ppl’s own beauty image/standard,” she wrote in a tweet that has since been deleted. “I’m going to give women makeup, eyelashes, lipstick, etc. Fk. 😅 Fk EYE SELECTION ONIKA FACE I’m going to use and do whatever it takes. THX TO COME.”

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In a later tweet, she suggested that men should stay away from this view simply because they think they are interested in influencing the opposite sex.

“Dear Men, Women don’t dress for you, they don’t wear makeup for you, they do their hair for you,” she wrote. “Just like most of you are just phuck for you – not for the pleasure of the woman.”

Nicki continued to speak up for her fellow females with an empowering message. “THIS ALL FOR US,” she added. “This ain’t ABOUT YOU. Now GO. Thx for COMING.”

The rap queen is using twitter, her powerful platform, while also conquering the charts. His single “Do We Have a Problem?” with Lil Baby debuted at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week and earned the 20th Hot 100 top 10.

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Nicki Minaj, “Do We Have a Problem?” The Only Owner of the Summit with Her Song

Minaj, “Do We Have A Problem?” she made a great comeback with her song. It entered the Billboard charts with an incredible number of streams (starting at number two on the Streaming Songs chart) and impressive sales, peaking at #2 on the Hot 100.

The song debuted so well that it not only surpassed all other releases, but outstripped its closest competitors by a huge margin.

“Do We Have A Problem?” It debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales chart each week, where it shows which songs actually sell the most copies (a different structure from the Hot 100, which takes into account other forms of consumption). It sold just over 48,000 copies in its first full viewing frame, enough to beat the competition. No one can even come close to her.

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