Queen Nicki Minaj "Never F-ked for Beats" or a Record Deal!

Queen (2018) The Album Cover: Closeup

Queen (2018) The Album Cover: Closeup

One undeniable thing that's true about the entertainment industry is that sex sells. Any way you turn there is someone itemizing sex through media, advertisements, visualizations, gestures, etc. Whether its movie stars, musicians, t.v. show host, sex an always be found even in the smallest way if its anything for people 18 or older.


Nicki Minaj, coming back for her Throne, stops by Elle Magazine to converse on the possibly album of the Year "The Queen". She talks about various things but the most noticeable things where regarding the album, including reckoning with being obverse to all the other modern day girls out there. She iterates to Elle Magazine that, "Maybe I was naïve, but I didn’t realize how many girls were modern-day prostitutes,” also stating " 

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.
— Nicki Minaj; Elle Magazine


Now though some of this maybe a logical way perceiving the subject at hand, peoples choices are ultimately up to them. After all this time of doing what she does you would think to yourself 'Why is she just now coming to this conclusion', right? According to what the Queen told Devin Gordon of Elle Magazine, “I’ve always felt like it. But in a lot of ways, I don’t know if I’m doing the same thing they’re doing, because I’m selling sex appeal. So I can’t look down on these girls. I may not be having sex with people, but I’m still selling sex appeal.” She finishes the thought off with,

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.
— Nicki Minaj: Elle Magazine

This is also a very fresh, and respectable take on the matter and allowed for Nicki to distinguish herself in the same instance.