Nicki Minaj was stunned on the festival stage. Although there were promises that the performance would air on Hulu, this did not materialise.
While the guests were enjoying the festivities, there were several highlights of the event that were shared on social media. All aired on Hulu for those who couldn’t make it to NOLA. It was one of Nicki Minaj’s weekend headlines. However, her fans got a nasty surprise.
Just prior to Minaj’s performance, it was reported that the rap queen’s episode will no longer be airing. Fans had a nervous breakdown.
Since Minaj’s performance was used to support live viewing, many of her fans thought her participation was a guarantee. There was a huge backlash on social media. Those who broadcast the performance live were the participants. Minaj’s clips have taken over social media.
Nicki Minaj is on the stage at Essence Fest!! pic.twitter.com/6tiFwcPWkk
— Λrik (@kingbeyshive) July 2, 2022
Nicki Minaj Is Working On New Album
Nicki Minaj has been gearing up for her next album since early 2022. The rap queen has released singles such as “Do We Have A Problem” and “Bussin” with Lil Baby. Next up is his own album.
It’s been four years since Nicki’s Last studio album. However, she is known to have some plans. Those plans include her own record label and management company, which she announced to Joe Budden earlier this year. Meanwhile, Tate Kobang confirmed on Instagram that he has signed with Nicki Minaj. “Welp thats cats out the bag,” she wrote on her Instagram story. “Yeah I just closed my deal and signed to Nicci as an artist. Damn.”
When Nicki first went on Instagram Live in January, she hinted at the signature. “I see you, Tate Kobang. I see you boo boo,” she said on Instagram Live. “It’s about that time to announce my record label, y’all.”
Nicki Minaj To Headline Rolling Stone Loud New York
The Queen takes charge Nicki Minaj will return to her hometown of Queens, New York for the first time to make headlines in Rolling Loud New York. The three-day festival will take place at Citi Field from September 23-25.