Nicki Minaj reflects on early career accomplishments: “My legacy can’t be undone”
Nicki Minaj‘s decadeslong career includes quite a few accomplishments, a lot of which were made before and with her debut album. Taking to Twitter Sunday, the rapper reminded fans of that while resharing a post that claimed her Pink Friday photoshoot wasn’t much of a topic.
“Ok but no one has discussed the LEGENDARY! Pink Friday shoot. Even though its not a cover shoot. @NICKIMINAJ #OnikaWinsAgain,” the fan wrote. Nicki retweeted it alongside the caption, “Imagine being a fashion icon b4 your debut album. Imagine performing w|Ye & Jay[-Z] in Yankee Stadium, no album out, imagine Drake, Eminem, Rihanna, Ye, WillIAm, & Natasha Bedingfield on your FIRST ALBUM.”
She continued, “bwahahaha I have to laugh. Blessings & gratitude to my supporters.”
In another post, Nicki shared a more recent statistic: #OnikaWinsAgain, which finds fans sharing her most fashionable looks, was trending.
“My legacy can never be undone. On the mood boards for the last 14 years,” she wrote in the caption. “But anyway guys let’s go back to the stats & the show footage. We’re almost there.”
Nicki dropped Pink Friday in 2010; she teased her upcoming NM5 album in one of the aforementioned tweets.
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