But if she could just take a day or two off from work and get some free time on her hands, what would she do?
… More like who would she do!
So when asked what she would most want to do with any miraculously found downtime, her answer was simple and honest: “Have sex.”
Unfortunately for Nicki, though, that down time seems pretty unrealistic until the release of her upcoming albumThe Pinkprint, especially since she refuses to sit by the wayside and let others deal with her career.
“People don’t know how heavily involved I am in my own career,” she explains. “I’m on 15 to 25 conference calls every few days strategizing with my team. I think a lot of artists sit back and have it done for them. Sometimes as women in the industry–if you’re sexy or like doing sexy things–some people subconsciously negate your brain. They think you’re stupid.”
“There’s something about her work ethic that always made me feel like no matter how hard stuff gets, I’m not allowed to complain,” says Minaj. “Some women give me the feeling that where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
Not to mention, she hasn’t let her success slow her down from maintaining a highly-recognized role in the hip-hop industry.
“It’s corny when rappers feel like they’ve made it and they don’t have to prove themselves anymore,” she reveals. “You should always be competing. You should always be trying to show that you’re the best. My album is going to be important to hip-hop.”
Her latest hit “Anaconda” has already proven to do so, making it’s way to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. However, that success hasn’t come without criticism, including an argument that it objectifies women with big butts and puts down skinnier women with small ones.