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Entertainment News: News

Wed 21 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I think the world is getting more gay-friendly, so hip-hop is too. But it's harder to imagine an openly gay male rapper being embraced

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Dubbed as the new Lil Kim for the ‘Teenies’ Nicki Minaj has spoken out about how it is to be an openly bi-sexual female in the rapping world.

Minaj, who is know for her outrageous outfits and Barbie persona, can be seen as she seductively sings in the smash hit ‘Bedrock’. Rapper Lil Wayne, who is currently serving time in prison, signed the young star to his label Young Money.

Speaking to Details Magazine her sexuality and the influence it has on the music industry she said: "I think the world is getting more gay-friendly, so hip-hop is too.

But it's harder to imagine an openly gay male rapper being embraced. People view gay men as having no street credibility. But I think we'll see one in my lifetime.”

 

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