Nicki Minaj has become a role model for women that entertainment fans of all ages, including parents, female and male, are starting to quietly love and show much affection for on social media.
Recently she propelled herself into the good graces of her many new social media entertainment fans with her scathing Twitter response to the 'diss' track of ex-fiance Safaree Samuels in which she made public the reason for breaking up with him which was his cheating and her advice to "end the pity party" and move on with his life (Daily Mail - June 11).
Her rebuke of her ex-boyfriend follow her recent admission in interviews that she makes sure she gets 'fulfilment' when having sex with her partner and if he does not satisfy her after she has done the same for him she makes sure he feels her wrath.
Nicki Minaj for some people has become one of the new faces of feminism and surprisingly a role model for young women that many more 'mature' adults in various social media conversations are secretly loving for their daughters as they see her as a woman in control of her life and sexuality who does not suffer fools lightly.
The rapper's public popularity is hitting new heights on social media and some entertainment fans are predicting that her feisty response and 'girl power' attitude is going to make provide her much success at her concerts in places such as Helsinki, Finland where she will be one of the headliners at the Summer Up festival in July and at the box office when the movie "Barbershop 3" hits the theatres in 2016.
The days of a woman complaining about being a jilted lover and crying over a past relationship are over if they are a fan of Nicki Minaj and her attitude toward this subject has earned her the affection of an unexpected group, the 'mature' social media entertainment browser ('parents') who won't tell their kids for fear they might make her 'uncool'.
Nicki Minaj, the rapper/hip-hop female entertainer who has become one of the new faces of feminism that appeals to social media entertainment fans of all ages and gender and will likely make her an even more in-demand commodity as an actress in the future.