Minaj seemed refreshed and unfazed by the world around her as she rocked a red PVC jacket paired with bondage straps.
What may be contributing to Nicki’s calm state of mind
besides the valium is the fact that she deleted her twitter account just days ago after suffering a nasty backlash from her most die hard fans.
According to SandraRose:
Nicki became enraged when the webmaster of www.nickidaily.com, ?one of her biggest supports and fan sites,? posted leaked a music sampler of Nicki?s latest CD on the website ? ?and Nicki went ape shit and had her followers bash her? on Twitter.com.
In response to the bashing, Ashland says the webmaster abruptly shut down her website and deleted her Twitter account. That?s when Nikki?s followers ? the sane ones ? started bashing Nicki for being an online bully.
I’ve always said that Twitter is the devil anyway, but when you pair celebs with social networking there’s this line that’s crossed that makes them appear way more common.
Celebrities are people too right? And when faced with the realization that there are actually people out there who hate them or their craft, I’m sure it becomes a hard pill to swallow.
In my opinion, twitter has certainly made celebrities a dying breed because now that fans can actually reach out them, they are no longer seen as “stars” (i.e. unreachable objects that shine high above).
Nicki was on twitter daily and personally communicated with her slew of followers on the regular.? I think it was best that she stepped away, maybe more “celebs” should follow suit.
What are your thoughts on celebs and social networking?