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EXCLUSIVE Apparently hip hop celebrity and former “American Idol” judge Nicki Minaj is not telling the whole story about her offer to speak to the students at her high school alma mater. Minaj wanted to lecture the kids at New York’s LaGuardia School, aka High School for Performing Arts. The school declined, and Minaj took to Twitter denouncing them. (She wasn’t valedictorian, by the way.)

She’s also launched a barrage of anti-La Guardia press on various blogs.

Tonight, the school sent out this message to parents:

September 11, 2014

Dear LaGuardia Community,

It has been brought to our attention that Nicki Minaj is attempting to generate publicity for herself by posting negative information about our principal, Dr. Lisa Mars, and LaGuardia Arts High School.

The fact is that Ms. Minaj was told by the NYC Department of Education (DOE) that she would not be allowed to enter the school with a television crew. The DOE has policies in place to protect the privacy and security of all its students. I’m sure we all appreciate the strict enforcement of these policies with regard to the safety of our children.

Yes, Nicki’s offer wasn’t entirely selfless. She was planning on filming the whole thing. I don’t blame the school for saying no.

If it’s a PR war Miss Nicki wants, she’s going to lose. What if she had just played by the DOE’s guidelines? That would have been too easy.

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5 replies to this post
  1. Nicki Minaj is disgusting. Do we really want to hold someone out as a role model who gets noticed by implanting DD breast and butt implants, dressing like a cartoon character, and “sings” songs about getting f***d, her most recent one being Anaconda, which irrefutably refers to a male member? Of all the words that come to mind “inspiration” is not one of them. Good for Nicki that she is making millions by being a ridiculous, low-class caricature of a woman. There are many escorts and strippers that I’m sure look up to her, but a high school student should set their sights higher.

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