Nicki Minaj: I Give Away Cars in My Spare Time

Nicki Minaj is so generous, she gives away cars.

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Nicki Minaj’s recent success as one of the biggest selling female rappers of all time has made her a very generous woman.

While she enjoys the typical perks of super-stardom such as lavish designer duds and hefty checks from lucrative sponsorships; she is actually quite comfortable with sharing some of the perks with those close to her and those who have been with her before she became the Young Money poster rap diva.

It’s not uncommon for Nicki Minaj to treat her family to a shopping spree or give sneakers away to her younger cousins; but she actually doesn’t mind spreading the wealth with her closest girlfriends either.

In a recent interview with Showbiz Spy, Minaj divulges on her generosity with her friends, as well as her disinterest in shopping:

“I actually hate shopping. I do get sent a lot of stuff and it kind of builds up in my closet then I give it away. Like, I just gave away a load of Louis Vuitton bags to my girlfriends. That’s always fun. I have three really good friends who have been with me forever. I’ve bought one a Range Rover, one a (Mercedes) Benz and one an (BMW) X6.”

It must be nice to be able to give your friends cars when most people have to settle for Hallmark cards and a simple text message.

In other news, Lil’ Kim is back on the scene and currently on her comeback tour. That hasn’t stopped her from talking about her beef with Nicki Minaj and its origin. Despite Kim’s recent claims of Cash Money encouraging Nicki to cop Kim’s style, Minaj remains mum on the subject.

When you can give away cars as gifts, maybe rap beefs just start to look rather small.



  1. It’s a shame we pay people who add no real value to society the kind of money where they are giving out cars as gifts. But whatever. That is the world we live in.

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