|Nicki Minaj Soars Past Eminem with the Most Twitter Followers|
|Written by Sally West|
|Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:00|
Rapper/songstress Nicki Minaj has now flown past Eminem and beaten his record of having more Twitter followers than any other Hip-hop artist on Twitter. They both have a phenomenal amount of Twitter followers with both having more than 8 million followers each. From January 10 2012 Nicki Minaj has 8,289,708 followers. Eminem has 8,267,835 followers. Billboard reported on January 4 that Eminem was no longer the most followed Hip-hop artist on Twitter.
Music pundits have stated that Nicki Minaj's controversial image and songs have given her a boost in popularity on the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Minaj has just recently put her newest track 'Stupid Hoe' online for her fans to listen to. The song will also be included on her new album 'Pink Friday: Roman's Revenge.' The album is due to be unleashed on the buying public on Februray 14 2012.
The song 'Stupid Hoe' is not the first single to be released online before it's official release date. Roman in Moscow, another single was also unleashed online for fans to get a sneak peek of it.
The star has put it out there that she will be recording her album as her gay male alter-ego Roman in 2011. The alter ego was first introduced to her fans on the first track of her 2010 album 'Pink Friday'
The larger than life star has set toungues wagging now and in the past regarding her relationships and her past. Musical pundits have stated that she is and will remain someone who is always intriguing to her fans.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:12|
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