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    I think the best way to describe Nicki Minaj is that she is a character. This title is not to signify that she is stupid, but the following are some inventions created by women that showed they are smarter than Nicki Minaj. INVENTION 1: THE APGAR SCORING SYSTEM The first invention we will look at is the Apgar Scoring System. When newborns are brought to life, they must be tested for their medical conditions. Virginia Apgar certainly solved that problem as she invented her scoring system to see what the medical conditions are for infants. INVENTION 2: THE SIGNAL FLARE The invention of the signal flare is a very cool story. Martha Conston gets credit for the invention, but she found the idea in her dead husband's notes. He left a note that…

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    Onika Maraj, better known as Nicki Minaj is the most famous female rapper of our time. Nicki Minaj was born December 8, 1982. She was born in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago. She was then raised in South Jamaica, Queens, New York. Nicki Minaj gained public attention after her releasing of three mixtapes between 2007 and 2009. She later signed a recording contract with Young Money Entertainment in 2009. In 2010, Nicki Minaj released Pink Friday and it reached number one on the US Billboard 200.…

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    Nicki Minaj Thesis

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    Introduction Onika Tanya Maraj, Nicki Minaj’s real name was born on December 8th, 1982. She is probably the among the most popular rap artists currently. So to say, her life has been a rollercoaster. One of its own. Faced with various problems while at a tender age, she overcame the issues and made it in the competitive and rather male-dominated entertainment industry. She is an American based singer, rapper, vocalist, rapper and television superstar. She was born and raised in South Jamaica,…

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    from their lyrics and interviews, Beyoncé Knowles and Nicki Minaj share a similar idea that women can be powerful and sexy. These two performers are icons of beauty, elegance and fierceness. Through their work they constantly project their beliefs in women power in their respective industries. Nicki Minaj is one of the first women to ever be so successful in both the Hip-Hop and Pop industries. Her music ingeniously fuses rap lyrics and upbeat music to form smash hits and record breaking…

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    The Women's March Analysis

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    behavior and great influence they have on the younger generation. She is not afraid to be passionate while being blunt in her poetic terminology. The poem is about the female rapper Nicki Minaj. Mans is criticizing her plastic surgery and her music lyrics. All Dolls will evidentially malfunction (I don’t even know why you girls bother at this point like give it up, it’s me I win you lose) Nicki Minaj (It’s me) I must admit (Its, its me) I have always been intrigued by your ass I guess…

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    In contrast to “The Middle,” “Anaconda” by Nicki Minaj encourages the use of dangerous drugs as a way to please others. Near the beginning of the song “Anaconda,” the singer, Nicki Minaj talks about a past relationship she had with a man in Detroit. While she describes why she enjoyed being with him, she sings that he was a “[b]ig dope dealer money, he was gettin’ some coins…” Because this man sold drugs and made lots of money through it, Nicki decided to have an affair with him to receive…

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    Introduction The Pinkprint (2014), Nicki Minaj’s third album, is one of her most successful releases to date, displaying Minaj in her truest form of raw femininity and strength, two characteristics which, previously, had not coincided with each other in the rap industry. She uses traditional gangster rap’s objectification of women, especially those of color, in a way that promotes women and femininity in an empowering manner. The hiphop industry is one which is rooted in misogynistic views and…

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    Language In Frankenstein

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    and generalizations. Someone who might change their name could be one in the eye of the public, or one who would want to be acknowledged as a different gender. Authors, singers, and actors alike change their names in order to convey a certain sort of first impression, or maybe to simply carry on their professional and private lives separately. For example, Nicki Minaj changed her name from Onika Tanya Maraj not only to fashion herself as increasingly memorable, but also to advertise her change…

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    Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda (music video) has taken on a controversial imagery due to social media and networking. The music video not only provokes ideas, but it genders performance in today’s society. The music video, along with the lyrics contains strong symbolism of sexualization of men and women (2014). ‘Anaconda’ perception of female power and sexual dominance, which primarily focuses on Minaj’s body image, this presents how women are look at in popular culture. Nicki Minaj presents heavily…

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    young women around the world. Though sometimes they make mistakes, such as Taylor Swift posting on twitter, “I've done nothing but love & support you. It's unlike you to pit women against each other. Maybe one of the men took your slot.” in response to Minaj’s original tweet about not receiving a VMA (Warren). But as most young adults do, Swift quickly backed down and tried to make the situation right again, thanks to Minaj’s kind clarification where she reminded Taylor that the problem was not…

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