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April 13, 2012

Nicki Minaj Reveals Intimate Details On TV Show 'Nightline': Her Dad's Drug Addiction, Becoming A Mom, Lady Gaga Comparison & More (Watch Video)

Nicki Minaj appeared on "Nightline" last night where she opened up
about her abusive childhood, her controversial image and fun things
like her favorite curse word (the F-bomb). Watch the interview

On remaining her controversial self even with her young fans:
“I don’t want to offend moms or children, like when they come and pay
their money to see a show. But I didn’t come in the game to be an
artist that appealed to kids either—and I’m a crazy lunatic.”

On her "GMA" nipple slip:
“I’m so sorry about that. People are ridiculous if they think I would
use that as a stunt. I would never, ever, ever—swear to God—do
something like that on purpose. That’s ridiculous. I would never do

On her father's addiction and abuse:
“My father was abusive. We were afraid for [my mother's] life because
whenever he would have a real bad outburst, he would threaten to kill
her.” She added, “I wanted to kill him. I wished he was dead.”

On being a "BOSS"
“When a man is ‘bossed up,’ he is taking control, he’s getting money,
he’s in control of his settings everytime. And there’s no synonym
for it in the female world outside of bitch.” (We feel her on that.)

On becoming a mom:
“When I saw Madonna, I realized it can be done ’cause I saw her
children were coming to the rehearsals and that really moved me,” said
Nicki, adding, “But no children anytime soon!”

On Lady Gaga comparisons:
She says the comparisons irk her. "We are in completely different
lanes. First of all, I’m a rapper. First of all, I’m from Southside
Jamaica, Queens, and I could say some really crazy lyrics right now,
but I won’t.”

Watch the full interview below:

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