Nicki Minaj is back.
The Queen of Rap, who disappeared disappeared from social media on the 30th of December, 2017, has now returned in the March issue of the VOGUE magazine, where she modelled for designer Calvin Klein.
Here’s what VOGUE said about her:
“The 35-year-old songwriter, producer, and philanthropist (last year, she tweeted to fans that she’d cover college tuition for any of them with straight-A report cards) is no stranger to reinvention. The Jamaica, Queens–raised prodigy has changed—and opened up—the rap world by being fearlessly adaptive in her ascent to the top of that game (and with the upcoming release of her long-awaited fourth album seems destined to remain there). She’s inhabited a male alter ego, Roman Zolanski, and a cyborg speed demon with pale-pink braids that whip the floor; she’s played a more delicate Barbie type while simultaneously proclaiming herself the “King.”
And asked how she keeps reinventing herself, she said, “Transforming, to me, means changing for the better based on your experiences. I’m equipped to be a better boss now.”
The rap boss has been dearly missed by her fans, and so this latest feature in the famous magazine has calmed tense nerves. Check out what her fans think of the VOGUE feature.
— Dуlαn Kαrdαshiαn (@DylanKardashian) February 13, 2018