Banned Sextapes just got a private screening of a new explicit video - starring what appears to be a young Nicki Minaj.
The people who had the tape are sell the contents for $100,000. Now you can watch Nicki Minaj sex tape only for $1.
Onika Tanya Maraj better known by her showbiz name Nicki Minaj, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter. In August 2009, Minaj signed to Young Money Entertainment with distribution from Universal Motown.
Minaj's birthplace is disputed to be either Queens, New York, or Trinidad. She was born to parents of Indian and Afro Trinidadian descent. She lived in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago with her grandmother until age five, because her parents were looking for a region to live in the Queens borough of New York City. Her mother would sometimes stay, and one day, when Minaj was five, her mummy picked her up to move away to Queens. According to Minaj, her dad drank alcohol, took drugs, and once tried to murder her mother by setting the residence on fire. She attended Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School 210, where she played the clarinet. She graduated from LaGuardia High School. At LaGuardia, a college specializing in music and the visual and performing arts, Minaj participated in the theatre program. She had initially planned to vocalize at LaGuardia, but lost her voice on the day of the audition. She once worked at a Red Lobster restaurant in the Bronx.
While some songs and interviews have implied that Minaj is bisexual, she has said that she does not meeting nor have sex with women, but added in an discussion with Out magazine, "I don’t date men either". In an interview with Vibe she commented, "I just embrace all people of all lifestyles and I don’t tell them they are bad people. And I say girls are charming and girls are sexy and they need to be told that, and if they don’t have anyone to tell them that and mean it, I’m gonna tell them that. But I see like people always wanna define me and I don’t wanna be defined." She reiterated her dislike of being labeled in an interview with OUT, saying: "The point is, everyone is not black and white. There are so many shades in the middle, and you’ve got to let people feel comfortable with saying what they want to say when they want to say it."