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But she's been pretty good at predicting the future so far.
"Three years ago, all my underground hip-hop heads thought I was crazy when I said this would happen but... Then in a voice that starts Grace Jones, slips into Bette Davis and winds up Nicki from Queens, she makes her final announcement: "I'm going to be in Tokyo, Paris--I'm going to go everywhere you can imagine. I mean, the sky's the limit and you watch what I say. I don't know how to lose." â Top photo: Jacket by Rami Kashou and pants by Andy & Debb.
"I see videos on You Tube where they impersonate me, and they do an amazing freaking job of dressing up as me," she says.
In past interviews she's mentioned her own bi-curious leanings and has predicted hip-hop will one day embrace its first openly gay artist.
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My hairdresser was curling one side and using a clip to hold my hair.
I was like, 'Leave it.' They all looked at me like I was insane -- but that's something I do.
Even as a young girl, Minaj recalls, "I remember having my older cousin keep repeating Slick Rick's 'Children's Story' so I could learn it.
I wanted to know Left Eye's rap on 'Waterfalls.' When Jay-Z rapped about 'calling an audible,' I knew what he meant. We're talking about our hood, but you can be intelligent and witty with it, you can do whatever.
You shouldn't sound smart,'" she says, shifting in her seat. I just started saying things." Appearances on the hip-hop DVD series The Come Up four years ago led to a Lil' Wayne-like flurry of mixtapes and featured appearances, leading, not surprisingly, to Lil' Wayne signing her to his label, Young Money.