Nicki Minaj announces ‘Pink Friday’ 10-year virtual anniversary party, Internet asks ‘why celebrate a pandemic’

The 37-year-old rapper knows the importance the first album holds in an artiste's life and keeping in mind the same, announced a virtual celebration on the 10th-year anniversary of the album


                            Nicki Minaj announces ‘Pink Friday’ 10-year virtual anniversary party, Internet asks ‘why celebrate a pandemic’
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Rapper Nicki Minaj had released her debut album ‘Pink Friday’ on November 22, 2010. Yes, it has been a decade since Nicki floored critics and made a new fanbase with her hit songs like ‘Super Bass’, ‘Your Love’, ‘Moment 4 Life’ and ‘Fly’ among others. The 37-year-old rapper surely knows the importance the first album holds in an artiste’s life and keeping in mind the same, she has announced a virtual celebration on the 10th-year-anniversary of the album.

Sharing the big news with her 21 million followers on Twitter, she posted, “Barbz, Friday is the 10 year anniversary of Pink Friday. get your outfits ready for the virtual celebration.”



 

 

Date

Nicki Minaj posted another tweet which read, “Ummm barbz why yall starting the celebration already? It starts tmrw night. I’m not even dressed yet. Go to bed.” As the tweet confirms, the virtual celebration of the 10-year-anniversary of ‘Pink Friday’ will be held on November 20, 2020.  



 

Time

Nicki Minaj did not reveal the exact time of the virtual celebration, however, she has signalled that it will be held at night, according to her tweet mentioned above.

Venue

As confirmed by Nicki herself, it is going to be a virtual celebration and therefore, we can assume, she might go Live on her official Instagram account to interact with her fans.
 
‘Pink Friday’ debuted at the second spot on the Billboard charts and featured collaborations with renowned artistes like Rihanna, Drake, Kanye West, Eminem, Will.i.am and Natasha Bedingfield. The album later went triple-platinum. Nicki Minaj’s loyal fans erupted with joy the moment she shared the news on the micro-blogging site whereas some also made fun and slammed the album.

One user shared a few pictures of Nicki and tweeted, “the pink friday era was a cultural reset.” One fan said, “Let's talk about Pink Friday. The best debut album from a female rapper and I said what I said. #10YearsOfPinkFriday” Another fan added, “Yep. Pink Friday error was my favorite of Nicki. So ill be listening all day. Nicki drop another one like it sis.”

One fan posted, “I just feel like Nicki Minaj is going to stunt so hard and update her pink Friday catalogue and the moment she’s does .... YOU BI***ES IN TROUBLE !!!!!!!!!!!” One user made fun of the album and said, “Why would we celebrate a pandemic.” One asserted, “I just told my mom that the Pink Friday anniversary is coming up and she asked me if it’s for breast cancer...”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Soon after Nicki Minaj’s announcement, her album ‘Pink Friday’ re-entered on the iTunes album charts and also is currently the highest-charting album by a female rapper on US iTunes.

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