New Nicki Minaj – “Stupid Hoe”

NICKI MINAJ STUPID HOE
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In unsurprising Nicki Minaj news of the day, the self-styled “Female Weezy” has finally titled a song “Stupid Hoe” – she uses the phrase enough in her music.

This one’s the second single from Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, and on it Nicki sounds particularly unhinged, employing what seems like a different and crazier persona every ten seconds. Some of our favorite moments include “These bitches is my sons and I don’t want custody!!!”, the weird singalong at the end, and that creepy broken-doll vocal drone (“I wish a bitch wouuuuuuuld”) you probably remember from Nicki’s appearance on Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$).” But all this undeniable weirdness is what differentiates Nicki from the pack, and she absolutely kills it on this one. Check it out.

NICKI MINAJ – “Stupid Hoe”

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