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Nicki Minaj Wins Big At AMA’s

Nicki Minaj Wins Big At AMA’s

Nicki Minaj Wins Big At AMA’s. Minaj is one of the most decorated rappers. And, she has surpassed rapper Eminem.

The Fans Still Love Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj Wins Big At AMA’s. Even though, Minaj only got one nomination, she is still celebrated.

In fact, Minaj  managed to defeat her competition. She  is the Female Hip-Hop Artist, as reported by That Grape Juice.

Eminem was once the most all time winner. However, Minaj has broken the tie in the Rap/Hip-Hop artist category.

Of course, it was Taylor Swift who dominated the most wins. But Minaj still came out on top.

In this category, Minaj was in the company of rappers Latto, Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B. Nevertheless, it was the fans who chose Minaj.

This was the fifth time Minaj has been nominated. While Eminem has won 4 AMA awards in this category. T

The NY rapper now has 5 under her belt. Having said this, Minaj remains on top of her game. Not to mention, she beat out her rival Cardi B.

Clearly, this is a big boost for her career. Also, it proves that Minaj has staying power. Would you agree?

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