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The 29-year-old rapstress has finished the battle of voices in her head and finally returned to twitter (@NickiMinaj). She deleted her entire page 9 days ago–along with all 11 million of her followers. More details below………..

Today, the “Beez In The Trap” chick has less than 500,000 followers (as of 4:30p EST). But we’re pretty sure that number will skyrocket soon. Just so people can see what her first Tweet will be after all this foolishness.

While in London last week, Nicki told Capital FM that the reason she deleted her Twitter wasn’t because her biggest fan site, Nicki Daily, posted her music illegally. But the fan site didn’t know that as they proceeded to delete their whole site with only “Dear Old Nicki” playing in the background. Nicki claims it was because she “needed a moment”:

“Let’s set the record straight because a lot of times I don’t speak on things, but I don’t want people to think that’s why I deleted my Twitter. I just needed a moment to myself. Because some page posted things about me — I mean, I’ve read horrible things about myself. I wouldn’t delete my Twitter over that.”

Nicki has yet to send out her first Tweet. But now that her temper tantrum is over, will her big fan site follow suit and make a return as well?



  1. YR@1

    April 24, 2012 at 10:22 pm

    I wouldn't pay to be a celebrity in this age. Constantly mocked and criticized, and yet expected to endure it all gracefully b/c this is what you "signed up for." I can barely take criticism on my looks from my bf. I can't imagine having millions of people making fun of me overtly. I expect I'd have "temper tantrums" too. Or more likely, hideaway from it all to avoid the scrutiny. Although Nicki Minaj is not my flavor, I give her much respect for being brave enough to be who she wants to be despite all the heckling and insults.

  2. Anonymous

    April 24, 2012 at 10:24 pm

    @YR@1Public Scrutiny is the price one has to pay as a celebrity because their success is based on us; the fans. Celebrities will be nothing without fans supporting whatever brand it is they are trying to promote, because ultimately we are the ones they are trying to sell it to. So Yes, it may hurt and even be unfair sometimes but it comes with the territory of making those millions('i'm pretty sure they don't complain then). If they didn't like it they could have chose a different path; it wasn't imposed.

  3. Ulyss241

    April 24, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    It was still pathetic

  4. Anonymous

    April 24, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    What a pathetic publicity stunt.

  5. pholmes

    April 24, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    you a stupid hoe

  6. Anonymous

    April 24, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    For all the nothings that have life now that she has reactivated her twitter can definitely hold hands and jump

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