Nicki Minaj Talks about Abuse During Childhood

What motivates stars to succeed? For Nicki Minaj, who just released her debut studio album "Pink Friday," it was the abuse she witnessed in her childhood home in New York. "When I first came to America I would go to my room and kneel down at the foot of my bed and pray that God would make me rich so that I could take care of my mother," Minaj told Rolling Stone Magazine. Minaj said her father was addicted to drugs and alcohol and would often become violent with her mother, an experience she raps about in her song, "Autobiography"...



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