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Anaconda, Billboard, and Facts: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs & tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's expense Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when there were so many women who already had platinum albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/ pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc- I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain. These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players in the game just like the boys were. V γ‚½@ love you guys for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is just simply not. οΈΆ update your blogs & tv shows with what I actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! ERTCOM From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)
Anaconda, Billboard, and Facts: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post
 "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back
 Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female
 rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs &
 tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they
 only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's
 expense
 Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when
 there were so many women who already had platinum
 albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one
 album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her
 own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/
 pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum
 albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah
 had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc-
 I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now
 what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to
 decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social
 media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came
 out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO
 female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't
 getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female
 rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for
 labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain.
 These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l
 "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to
 POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players
 in the game just like the boys were. V γ‚½@ love you guys
 for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is
 just simply not. οΈΆ update your blogs & tv shows with what I
 actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview
 made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl
 BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!
 ERTCOM
From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

7-Eleven, Crime, and Krispy Kreme: Man Gets $37,500 After Cops Mistake Krispy Kreme Crumbs For Meth @balleralert Man Gets $37,500 After Cops Mistake Krispy Kreme Crumbs For Meth - blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Back in December of 2015, 64-year-old DanielRushing was arrested on drug charges after he was stopped for failing to come to a full stop before pulling out of a 7-Eleven. According to reports, officials saw small flakes of glaze on his floor of his car and assumed it was crystal methamphetamine. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Although the man tried to tell officials that the flakes were actually pieces of Krispy Kreme donuts from earlier in the day, after two roadside drug tests came back positive for an illegal substance, Rushing was booked on possession charges. He spent 10 hours behind bars before posting bond. A few weeks later, a crime lab refuted the original tests and the drug charges against Rushing were dropped. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € However, the aftermath of the arrest still haunted him, as he was unable to find a job because of his record. As a result, Rushing sued the city of Orlando for the false results. In turn, Rushing received a $37,500 settlement for the arrest and revealed that he was pleased with the outcome. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € It remains unclear why the glaze tested positive for an illegal substance in two separate tests.
7-Eleven, Crime, and Krispy Kreme: Man Gets $37,500 After Cops
 Mistake Krispy Kreme Crumbs For
 Meth
 @balleralert
Man Gets $37,500 After Cops Mistake Krispy Kreme Crumbs For Meth - blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Back in December of 2015, 64-year-old DanielRushing was arrested on drug charges after he was stopped for failing to come to a full stop before pulling out of a 7-Eleven. According to reports, officials saw small flakes of glaze on his floor of his car and assumed it was crystal methamphetamine. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Although the man tried to tell officials that the flakes were actually pieces of Krispy Kreme donuts from earlier in the day, after two roadside drug tests came back positive for an illegal substance, Rushing was booked on possession charges. He spent 10 hours behind bars before posting bond. A few weeks later, a crime lab refuted the original tests and the drug charges against Rushing were dropped. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € However, the aftermath of the arrest still haunted him, as he was unable to find a job because of his record. As a result, Rushing sued the city of Orlando for the false results. In turn, Rushing received a $37,500 settlement for the arrest and revealed that he was pleased with the outcome. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € It remains unclear why the glaze tested positive for an illegal substance in two separate tests.

Man Gets $37,500 After Cops Mistake Krispy Kreme Crumbs For Meth - blogged by @MsJennyb β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Back in December of 2015, 64-year-ol...

Bad, Bitch, and Friends: Lara Witt @Femmefeministe We shouldn't have to out ourselves as survivors in order for people to grasp the magnitude of how systemic assault & harassment are. #MeToo 10/15/17, 7:07 PM This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been assaulted-harassed) to appeal to the moral sense of their oppressors. @femmefeministe explains, "Each time I pour my soul into a piece about assault, I draw out words and put them together with the hope that someone will feel connected or some sense of solidarity. I write for victims, but I also write for those who don’t know what it’s like, I have written with the hope that those of you who have never felt themselves shredded and stripped of their autonomy will hear us and fight alongside us because we need more people to stand up against rape culture. We march, we carry signs, we hold hands, we cry, we scream β€” but who’s listening? Sometimes it feels as if no matter how many times we write our stories, no matter how many statistics we show you, you don’t really care. For a moment you ingest our pain; you read details and see flashes of images pushed into the sentences we stitch together. Perhaps you almost feel a sense of revulsion, or even guilt. You think we were raped by monsters, but the people in our nightmares are people like your fathers, your brothers, your friends... How many stories will we have to write for you to care? Or have you read too many of our horrors? Are you desensitized now? Your friend made a rape joke, but hey, he’s a good guy. Right? I won’t tell you about the person who destroyed me. I won’t tell you about the scars. I won’t tell you about the night terrors or the depression or the anxiety or loneliness β€” because, to you, I’m just another bitch who was probably asking for it. I’m a statistic you will forget, these words of mine, you will forget but I will go back to bed and not have the luxury of forgetting. I am tired of proving to you just how difficult it is to recover. I cannot do that labor anymore. The numbers are out there for you to research: the essays, the songs, the art and the speeches are there for you to absorb and carry within your heart so that perhaps one day you can find the time to actually help us dismantle rape culture.”
Bad, Bitch, and Friends: Lara Witt
 @Femmefeministe
 We shouldn't have to out
 ourselves as survivors in order
 for people to grasp the
 magnitude of how systemic
 assault & harassment are.
 #MeToo
 10/15/17, 7:07 PM
This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been assaulted-harassed) to appeal to the moral sense of their oppressors. @femmefeministe explains, "Each time I pour my soul into a piece about assault, I draw out words and put them together with the hope that someone will feel connected or some sense of solidarity. I write for victims, but I also write for those who don’t know what it’s like, I have written with the hope that those of you who have never felt themselves shredded and stripped of their autonomy will hear us and fight alongside us because we need more people to stand up against rape culture. We march, we carry signs, we hold hands, we cry, we scream β€” but who’s listening? Sometimes it feels as if no matter how many times we write our stories, no matter how many statistics we show you, you don’t really care. For a moment you ingest our pain; you read details and see flashes of images pushed into the sentences we stitch together. Perhaps you almost feel a sense of revulsion, or even guilt. You think we were raped by monsters, but the people in our nightmares are people like your fathers, your brothers, your friends... How many stories will we have to write for you to care? Or have you read too many of our horrors? Are you desensitized now? Your friend made a rape joke, but hey, he’s a good guy. Right? I won’t tell you about the person who destroyed me. I won’t tell you about the scars. I won’t tell you about the night terrors or the depression or the anxiety or loneliness β€” because, to you, I’m just another bitch who was probably asking for it. I’m a statistic you will forget, these words of mine, you will forget but I will go back to bed and not have the luxury of forgetting. I am tired of proving to you just how difficult it is to recover. I cannot do that labor anymore. The numbers are out there for you to research: the essays, the songs, the art and the speeches are there for you to absorb and carry within your heart so that perhaps one day you can find the time to actually help us dismantle rape culture.”

This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been as...