“Nicki Minaj has confidence, green hair and a crazy bikini body” links

Nicki Minaj in a bikini is… um… OMG. [Celebslam]
Republicans‘ latest anti-woman crusade is all about opposing The Violence Against Women Act. Jesus Christ. [Jezebel]
Ashton Kutcher‘s stylist is Jesus. [I’m Not Obsessed]
Jeremy Renner‘s puppy died. This story is so sad. [CDAN]
UK parents’ group hates Indians, black people. [Bossip]
This is me after I‘ve had three cocktails. [Videogum]
Some American Idol guy lied about his criminal past. [PopBytes]
ScarJo is still talking about her photo leak, and no one cares. [Amy Grindhouse]
Kim Kardashian in a blonde wig. Hideous. [INFDaily]
Paul McCartney at the beach – I think he still looks good. [Seriously? OMG! WTF?]
Sandra Bullock adopting again? OK! Mag had that story last week. [Radar]
Jeremy Sisto is a father again! His wife had a baby boy. [Life & Style]
Coco‘s ass photo of the day. [Hollywood Rag]
I kind of think Chris Rock was completely justified. [LimeLife]
Lady Gaga is going on “lockdown” after her Oprah interview. [Celebs]
Dogs dressed as giraffes! [CityRag]
What‘s going on with Nicolette Sheridan‘s court case? [Bitten and Bound]
Review of Will Ferrell‘s Casa De Mi Padre. [Starpulse]

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  1. Jayna says:

    she’s a talented young girl.

    Who cares if Gaga is on lockdown. Madonna’s album is about to drop is all I care about and the reviews are fantastic.

    Falling Free – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Nu0C-JBHc&feature=related

  2. Lum says:

    That large ass and hip of hers are so unattractive. I bet they are just as fake as her breast and career.

  3. Lis says:

    Am I the only one who likes Nicki Minaj here? Because it sometimes feels that way.

    • Jayna says:

      I love her. She is extremely talented and her personality is absolutely adorable and infectious. Very kind girl. I watched her VH1 story or whatever the show was called and was very impressed with her and how she came to be this hip-hop/rap star.

    • Tiffany says:

      I don’t like her for a number of reasons, which is sad for me, because I really think women need to be represented more in rap. However, I think that there are much better female rappers out there.

      Nicki says the dumbest things in her rhymes (ie “Keys to the Benz. Keys to the Benz? Keys to the Benz.”) Just stupid repetition that means nothing. She acts like she has all these voices that she uses…but she only has her deep voice and the baby talk. Not much range at all.

      Finally…she LIP SYNCS her raps in performances. How in the world can female rappers gain equality if you put some twit out there, call her the best female rapper out there, and then she just moves her mouth to a pre-recorded track? Jay-Z doesn’t do that. Tupac never did that. Rappers might have back up guys that go with them, but they don’t move their mouth and pretend.

      Oh, and she completely stole a designer’s dress idea (the dress she wore while seated next to Anna Wintour). Her team had asked a designer for a dress with puff balls on it for a collaboration. The designer sent it to them. They sent it back, made a knock off version, and then never gave the original designer credit. Tacky!

      • TruthTella says:

        TRUE… I wanted to like her at first but all her disrespect to Lil Kim (who she completely ripped off), the deteriorating quality of her music (which was never great to begin with) and her awful alter ego’s and voices is just dumb. The only reason she’s big is because there are no other female rappers out atm on major labels, with a few being signed at the moment and girls that can actually rap i think Nicki needs to step her game up of step off the plank.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      I’m Nicki neutral but most of my friends hate her. The one I hate is Rihanna. The green wig on the beach bugs me. OK any wig on the beach bugs me. If it was her own hair died green then I’d be OK with it.

  4. cerulean says:

    Ummm. I want so badly to say something positive about embracing your own body imperfections but I can’t. Its the combination of her silly green wig, her atrocious image and her body that looks deformed. Its because its her that I can’t be a bigger person.

    Plus she has had breast implants and arse augmentation. She tries too damn hard.

  5. Amanda says:

    Her songs are annoying but I love all the bright colors she wears.

  6. MariPily says:

    I think her body is fine, it looks like these pics were taken at unflattering angles. Yeah, she could probably tone more, but she has large breasts, flat stomach, small waist, ample hips, round butt and curvy thighs. That’s a rocking body. Her hair on the other hand is insane.

  7. Amanda G says:

    Eek…that bikini bottom is not flattering. I really want to like Nikki because she is talented, but she’s just too ridiculous. Stop trying to do Gaga’s shtick, it’s not even working for her anymore!

  8. ds says:

    From the back she looks like those troll dolls that were popular in the 90′s rave era

  9. Happy21 says:

    Sorry but I think she looks silly. The wig looks like a rag she blew her nose into. The swimsuit bottoms do not flatter her and instead make her look very oddly proportioned.

    While I wish I even had an ass, I don’t know why someone would get such large implants in their keyster? And they are implants, I’ve seen the before photos and girl didn’t just grow that!

    She has said that she has to exercise minimally and is very small by nature which is enviable but leads me to believe that she didn’t just gain weight in her butt and boobs to account for the larger size.

    That ass and those tits are not real.

  10. madpoe says:

    Nicki’s photo is what Coco would look like if she were a Troll doll?

  11. lisa says:

    Absolutely tacky.
    There is nothing unique about her look Gaga has already done it.
    Just tacky.

  12. agree to disagree says:

    I get it crackin’ like a bad back
    Bitch talkin’ she the queen when she lookin’ like a lab rat,
    You a stupid hoe, you a, you a stupid hoe [x3]

    -nicki minaj

  13. Blueflie says:

    Baby got back!!!!!! Oh, and Chris Rock justified? Really? The question has been asked a thousand times…..racism at a Tea Party gathering? Show me. And if anyone does, let’s cue up some Occupy footage and compare over a friendly micro brew beer. Sorry folks, I see faults on both sides of the aisle everyday, but let’s be objective and not just tow the party line.

  14. Lisa says:

    The Kardashian and McCartney links being together like that made my brain read “Paul McCartney in a blonde with at the beach.” I thought he’d finally flipped.

  15. Natasha says:

    This is wrong on so many levels, don’t even know where to start! She looks like one of those trolls with the crazy hair.

  16. T.C. says:

    I think Nicki looks great. It’s also on the set of a music video. She is fun and upbeat.

  17. NerdMomma says:

    I’ve seen one other booty that looks like hers, and that’s Kim Kardashian’s. Something is very unnatural with both of them, and I clicked both of cerulean’s links and this is NOT the booty Nicki Minaj was born with.

    She also used to be a very beautiful girl. Maybe she still would be without all of the crazy makeup. I think it’s fun and great when women go crazy with their makeup and their hair and their outfits and take fashion risks. Just don’t do anything permanent, girls!!!

  18. Flo says:

    Nice link to the “Republican’s latest war on women” etc etc…. have you read about how today, the Obama administration has decided to pull funding for a Texas program that offers birth control and health services to low-income women who do not qualify for Medicaid, all because Texas decided last year not to continue funding Planned Parenthood? And yet, it’s the Republicans that have this “war on women.” Amazing.

    • Blueflie says:

      And there you go… :) Open your eyes people and question everything. You will find the accurate answers and not what is spoon fed to you.

    • thinkaboutit says:

      Get your facts straight. The decisions made by Texas legislators made them no longer eligible for that funding. No one made up arbitrary laws to take the funding from poor women as retribution.

      Ignorance is fixable, you know. Seek out truth.

      • Flo says:

        According to federal law, states administer Medicaid and reserve the right to set the criteria for “qualified providers.” As Planned Parenthood represents less than two percent of providers in Texas, yet has a cost 43 percent higher than most other providers, it was an unlikely choice as a “quality provider.” It is within states rights to do so.

        Please try to respond with civility.

      • Tiffany says:

        Planned Parenthood provides nearly half of the care for the participants the state’s Women’s Health Program.

    • Flo says:

      I’m also blown away by the idea that Chris Rock was “completely justified.” He was quoted as saying that the Tea Party was racist and insane (Tea Party has been accused of racism many times, none of which have ever had any traction.) When asked to comment on that quote, he became violent. How is that justifiable? Especially considering Chris Rock himself has made racist remarks in the past (“white people make me uncomfortable.”) By the way, not trying to fight here, just hoping for honest, open answers to both points made above.

      • ZenB!tch says:

        The Tea Party AND Chris Rock are racist. End of argument.

      • Lindy says:

        Just FYI:
        Minorities cannot be accused of racism. Or “reverse” racism. Racism is not making disparaging comments about other races, or behaving badly toward someone one the basis of that person’s race. Racism is a big, long-lasting, ideologically-driven *system* of race-based injustice and oppression. Racism is a longstanding pattern of discrimination that has been so thoroughly institutionalized that it is considered normal by a society. So normal, in fact, that most of the racist patterns and behaviors go unnoticed. It’s not one person discriminating in this or that instance, but a whole population operating in a social structure that actually makes it difficult for a person *not* to discriminate.

        Chris Rock says things that are biased. he even can be accused of having a prejudice that leads him to dislike whites. We can find this repugnant, or intolerant, and we can talk about the ways that such attitudes hinder progress toward justice and equality for everyone.

        But it’s not racism.

    • Tiffany says:

      Flo, you need to do more research.
      From Bloomberg Businessweek:
      “Obama has said Texas can’t block federally approved organizations such as Planned Parenthood from participating in programs underwritten by Medicaid, which pays for health services for the poor.”

      If Texas wants Federal money, they can’t create their own rules through which to spend that money. Texas is trying to punish Planned Parenthood by with holding OTHER people’s money and instead they are punishing uninsured women. Keep in mind that Planned Parenthood is operating completely within the law, and there is no legal reason for Texas to go after this organization.


      • Flo says:

        From the exact same article:

        Catherine Frazier: “The federal government is saying we are limiting access to care and not allowing women to go to all qualified providers, which is an errant statement because the state dictates who the qualified providers are.”

      • Flo says:

        Also, I would like to point out the fact that I referenced this situation at all: You have indicated that Texas is punishing uninsured women. After this funding is pulled, 130,000 women will not have access to BC/health care. The point I am trying to make is not whether Planned Parenthood is/is not operating under the law, it is the fact that you cannot claim there is a war on women happening on the right, when funding was pulled from countless other organizations that are providing the same services, minus abortion. Regardless, 130k women will be SOL. If there is a war on women, it is on both sides.

      • Tiffany says:

        I read this on another article. It appears as if Texas broke rules regarding Medicaid, (but I do think further research regarding laws would be insightful):

        “Cindy Mann, director of the Center for Medicaid and State Operations (CMSO), wrote Texas health officials a letter on Thursday explaining that the state broke federal Medicaid rules by discriminating against qualified family planning providers and thus would be losing the entire program…”

        “According to Medicaid law, Mann said, a state cannot restrict women’s ability to choose a provider simply because that provider offers separate services — in this case, abortion — that aren’t even paid for by the Medicaid program.”

        “But an HHS spokesperson told reporters on Thursday that this was not Obama’s decision and that the administration’s hands are tied on the issue. “Medicaid law is very clear; a state may not restrict patients’ choice of providers of services like mammograms and other cancer screenings, if those providers are qualified to deliver care covered by Medicaid. Patients, not state government officials, should be able to choose the doctors and other health care providers that are best for them and their families. In 2005, Texas requested this same authority to restrict patients’ choices, and the Bush Administration did not grant it to them either.”


    • Tiffany says:

      “A last-minute amendment from State Rep. Lynn Wachtmann, chairman of the House Health and Aging Committee, bans physician assistants from inserting or removing intrauterine devices, or IUDs, a common form of birth control. Currently, they are allowed to do so.”


    • Tiffany says:

      “A new controversial bill regarding birth control has been advanced in Arizona which would allow employers to fire women who take the pill to prevent pregnancy, rather than for health purposes, based on religious and moral beliefs.

      The current law states that birth control is covered under health insurance plans for women in Arizona for contraceptive purposes as well as health concerns. However, the new birth control bill, House Bill 2625, states that women who want their birth control pill to be covered by their insurance plans must verify its purpose to be solely for medical reasons and not to prevent pregnancy. The bill would grant employers to deny female employees the right to be covered based on religious beliefs.”


      • Flo says:

        Thank you for that link, Tiffany. I had heard about this, and I am alarmed by it as well. I am (mostly) libertarian, and feel that less government is always more, so while I cannot condone the actions of the Obama administration essentially (what I feel) blackmailing Texas to fund PP in order to receive funding for other organizations, I also cannot condone the actions in Arizona. My stance will always be: butt out.

        Thank you for responding with some thought-provoking links. Hopefully some commenters will read both of our points and draw their own conclusions, other than taking what they read on blog sites at face value! :)

      • Tiffany says:

        Thanks Flo! I actually love discussing political issues with people I might disagree with, because that is where you are going to find more thought provoking points. I love issues that I can mull over and chew on. :) With the Texas situation, it is a good discussion to have as it is very complex issue.

        I think there are a lot of new bills regarding women’s health popping up all over the country, and they should be evaluated individually. The good thing is that it seems these bills are getting the attention they should! Cheers to you Flo!

  19. DeE says:

    Funny about the troll doll association. True about the implants top and bottom. I’m AA myself, can see her beauty, but know enough to tell those look like four hard unmalleable mounds. 4 kay. Congrats to her for creating a nitch to profit off of, but can’t get with this grown woman strutting round with her stuffed animals glued to her tutu. Can see how some things make people bop their heads, but this supposed music nowadays just saaaad. Lets be careful about what we injest, visually/mentally/orally etc. We are what we take in. A bit of distraction or break from the monotony okay, but let us moderate all this junk we are feeding ourselves the next generation that we will be depending on to care of us…oooops.

  20. TruthTella says:

    I’d love to know how a lot of people think Nicki is “tallented”???
    Her lyrics are TOTALLY basic, she just raps gibberish or repeats stuff like 5 times in a stupid voice and her whole image was ripped off from Lil Kim. She can’t even rap LIVE who heard of a lip syncing rapper???

  21. normades says:

    With the exception of the fake boobs, I actually think she looks pretty good here. And hey look…no cellulite!

  22. She seriously reminds me of one of those troll dolls from the 80s

  23. Swan Jaco says:

    Because there’s a glaring shortage of nearly-nude, ultra-slutty pop singers these days.

  24. Me says:

    In the real world they call that FAT.

  25. MizzVJJ says:

    Ew. All fake. And women of all races are capable of having a “large ass”. This isnt just a “sista only” thing. When youre trying to be in the entertainment industry as a woman, unfortunately, theres a certain way you have to look to make it. Rap? Gotta have the large ass and boobs.

  26. msimmonsva22 says:

    That’s a lot of damn makeup for frollicking on the beach lol

  27. judyjudy says:

    She always looks so cheap to me.

  28. The Original Mia says:

    Wow, Nicki. Wow.

    Aww…Jeremy lost Franklin. He was such a cute pooch. RIP, puppy!

  29. sabine says:

    Yuk. She is a horrible singer and her figure is horrible, too

  30. Magnolia Spriggs says:

    Glad I could make it for the first one, I’ll see you next week.

  31. Str8Shooter says:

    Another annoying, talentless ‘performer’ who has to resort to gimmicks to get attention.

    Pathetic. Whatever happened to MUSIC.

  32. anya says:

    I think she’s talented, but the ass flashing and barbie girl stuff has recently gone into overdrive- it’s off putting. The woman’s pushing 30- she doesn’t need to wear a green wig and rub her cakes into people’s faces. The grammy performance again- just too much and too obvious.

  33. kitty bye says:

    :D I like her hair, She seems like she is having fun & happy!