Nicki Minaj: HBO Max announces docuseries about the rapper's life

Nicki Minaj: HBO Max announces docuseries about the rapper's life

- Nicki Minaj has announced a docuseries about her life and career in partnership with streaming giant HBO Max

- The news arrived to poetically coincide with the birth of her first child and the 10-year anniversary of the release of her first album

- Nicki said in a social media video that the docuseries will give fans an unfiltered look into her life behind the camera

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Nicki Minaj fans will be getting a serious treat on HBO Max as it was announced that there will be a docuseries centred around the rapper's life set to be released on the streaming service.

Nicki has been out of the spotlight for a little while but recently has been making headlines after giving birth to her first baby and celebrating 10 years since the release of her first album, Pink Friday.

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The famous rapper said that the series will be giving insight into her personal life and give fans unfiltered access into what goes on behind the scenes of her career.

Nicki Minaj's docuseries is giving fans some insight into her life. Source: Getty Images
Nicki Minaj has announced a docuseries about her life to be released on HBO Max. Source: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

Nicki Minaj's fans, collectively known as "the barbz", took to social media to share their thought on what to expect from camera's showing the inner workings of their fave's life.

@Yafav_Petty: "We are so excited I feel like this docuseries gonna have me crying I can already tell it’s gonna be great somebody get me some tissue"
@rateddhuey: "HBO Subscriptions about to skyrocket with barbz"
@yeetbeete: "CALLING ALL BARBZ CALLING ALL BARBZ REPORT TO THE CONFERENCE ROOM"
@dumbitqch: "we will be watching"

Many fans also wrote to the singer to ask if the series would be available on any other platform since HBO Max is not available to those who live outside of the United States.

@iampamelabello: "Queen this gon be a problem, you forgot you are an international star and HBO isn’t everywhere and can’t be viewed everywhere. Dear God I’m gon have a coronary."

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Briefly.co.za recently reported on Nicki taking to social media to reminisce with her fans about the 10-year anniversary of her first album.

It's often said that time flies but sometimes it takes a comparison to show just how quickly time has truly passed. That is what was on the minds of Nicki Minaj's fans when she released a throwback celebrating 10 years since Pink Friday.

The rapper posted a video montage of her first album to her social media platform to celebrate the tenth year since its release and fans could not believe how time has flown since Pink Friday came out 10 years ago.

The album obviously means a lot to Nicki's fans as they immediately flooded the comments section with messages of memorable moments associated with the album and how much the work means to them even 10 years on.

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Nicki Minaj captioned her post:

"Happy 10-year anniversary #PinkFriday. Thank you guys for the support you showed this album. So grateful. Love you."

Fans immediately descended on the comments to tell Nicki their memories of listening to the album when it was first released and how it's still a work of art in 2020:

dakidonika: "I was 12 years old when you dropped this, now I’m pushing 23. The way time flies is scary."
blessedbyonika: "Wow I can’t believe it, it’s been a DECADE SINCE THIS MASTERPIECE. I love this album so much, I love you."
jontizzlee: "Do you know how many times I was screaming Roman's Revenge lyrics in 5th grade..."

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Source: Briefly News

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