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In this exclusive sit down, DeDe and her a.m. crew (co-host Lady Jade, comedian JJ Williamson and J-Kruz) provided The Harujuku Barbie the proper platform to discuss all things Nicki Minaj

Dishing on the joys of motherhood – a now “more responsible” Nicki gave birth to her firstborn (a son) September 30th 2020, which ultimately prepared her to be able to offer up sound pregnancy advice to good pal and mom-to-be Rihanna. The newly established mother even shares her struggle of selecting a suitable nanny for one year old Jeremiah Maraj-Petty. Despite mommy-blues, Minaj seems to be in great spirits and visibly happier than ever before. 

The busy “Barb” aka Nicki Lewinski speaks of brand new music (a just unveiled Lil Baby assisted single & cinematic visual “Do We Have A Problem?,” featuring a cameo appearance from Joseph Sikora [Tommy Egan of Power].

Continuing to please her rabid Barbz [fanbase], Nicki The Ninja goes on to mention a nearly completed, still untitled, forthcoming fifth studio collection, which includes working with Lil Wayne once again on the soon-to-be unleashed project, as well as an upcoming documentary, other additional outside ventures and much more. Her future plans also include hopes of collaborating with “a male dancehall artist (that) will surprise a lot of people.”

Nicki further shares the inspiration behind her pen game – freestyling versus writing – the return of Queen Radio, introducing yet another new alter ego, Queen Sleaze, a potential Verzuz battle and basically what it’s actually like trying to balance out all of these endeavors – not to mention day to day life itself – within her starry Queendom — 15 years later, and it’s clearly evident that Nicki Minaj is still raising the bar. 

Wake-up and get your weekdays started off right with nationally syndicated “DeDe in the Morning” Show – airing Monday through Friday from 5:00am until 10:00am (CST).

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