Nicki Minaj Talks Boobies & Fashion
She’s now officially added model to her resume. This week, mega rap star Nicki Minaj signed to Wilhelmina Models, proving that she’ll continue to reign in fashion, while pushing boundaries. Speaking of boundaries, during her recent trip to Paris Fashion Week, she made headlines for rocking an Agent Provocateur pastie. She says,
All I was thinking was how pretty my boob looked. I was praying the whole way that the pastie would stay where it needed to stay. I loved the look, and I loved the ambiance of being in Paris. I was just excited.
She admits that she didn’t read folks’ reaction afterward.
No. My glam team read some stuff. People were either “What the…?” or “Oh, my God, I love it!” That’s what it needs to be for fashion. People either love it or hate it. I never want to be in between.
Minaj admits that her style has evolved over the years.
When I first came out, I think I was fun and confident, and I’ll never change that. It was a very colorful moment. Now it’s still fun and still confident, but it’s a little more understated, which makes it even doper. I’m also at peace with myself and how I look in the clothes. I realize now that I’m not going to look like a model on the catwalk, and that’s fine. I don’t have to. I love where I am. I’m going to support the girls who are on the catwalk, because guess what, they support me. It’s not about not liking them because of the way they look. They are drop-dead gorgeous. I’m obsessed with how Jourdan Dunn and Bella Hadid look! They in turn show me the same kind of support. I’m more at a place where I say, Hey, look! I actually love all things fashion, but I am a little bit different. I’m going to represent a different girl and that’s okay. I’m not the anti-anybody. I’m just the Nicki Minaj. I just want to continue to grow and continue to cause fashion folk to expect the pasty on the C-cup titty and not just the pasty on the A-cup titty or not just a nipple showing out when you don’t have a big boob. Boobs are pretty. Who gives a s**t?