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foxy: flyandfamousblackgirls: Foxy Brown photographed by Eric Johnson (February 1997)
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Foxy Brown photographed by Eric Johnson (February 1997)

flyandfamousblackgirls: Foxy Brown photographed by Eric Johnson (February 1997)

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foxy: 31 1 11-14 1 2 1-1 )- 332 1 11 1 1 1131 311 1 21 1 61 2411 434411] foxy-mulder: elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey: inside-us-only-stars: icksie: im-the-swamp-witch: chavisory: invaderxan: mistyscience: The Wow! signal.  A signal sequence that lasted for 72 seconds in 1977 but has never been seen again. The signal appeared to come from a globular cluster in the Sagittarius constellation, but to this day no definite answer for where the signal originated can be given.   This signal… After numerous checks and re-checks, it’s been found to have definitely come from an extraterrestrial source. It was broadcast at 1420 MHz. This frequency isn’t used by Earth communications for science reasons. It’s a frequency which neutral hydrogen emits at in interstellar space and is useful in radio astronomy. Interestingly, emitting a strong signal at this frequency is a likely way to get someone’s attention if there’s anyone listening, because any other radio astronomers in the universe will definitely know of it and be making observations of it. That really is a very strong signal. Against the backgrounds, it looks to me like about 30 standard deviations (give or take). Actually, that globular cluster (M55) is just the closest object to the transmission’s source. It appeared to have come from a region of mostly empty space (though it’s worth remembering that distant red dwarfs or brown dwarfs could be too faint to be detectable). The astronomer who found this and scrawled “Wow!” on that printout was Jerry Ehman at the Big Ear radio telescope in Ohio. Credit where it’s due. Despite a lot of efforts, this kind of signal has only ever been recorded this one time. There’s a chance we may never know what it was. It is unlike any other kind of phenomenon ever observed in astronomy. The only logical scientific explanation is that it was one of two things: Either it was a completely unknown and incredibly rare astronomical phenomenon which modern astronomy is completely unaware of – or it was an intercepted alien transmission. There are no other possibilities. I really love the Wow! signal. Okay but what does it sound like? here you go, @im-the-swamp-witch That sound filled me with unearthly dread me, who talks about aliens just beaming me the fuck up all the time: wait hold up this shit is SCARY?! this sounds like dial-up internet
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elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

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icksie:

im-the-swamp-witch:

chavisory:

invaderxan:

mistyscience:

The Wow! signal. 
A signal sequence that lasted for 72 seconds in 1977 but has never been seen again. The signal appeared to come from a globular cluster in the Sagittarius constellation, but to this day no definite answer for where the signal originated can be given.  

This signal…
After numerous checks and re-checks, it’s been found to have definitely come from an extraterrestrial source.
It was broadcast at 1420 MHz. This frequency isn’t used by Earth communications for science reasons. It’s a frequency which neutral hydrogen emits at in interstellar space and is useful in radio astronomy.
Interestingly, emitting a strong signal at this frequency is a likely way to get someone’s attention if there’s anyone listening, because any other radio astronomers in the universe will definitely know of it and be making observations of it.
That really is a very strong signal. Against the backgrounds, it looks to me like about 30 standard deviations (give or take).
Actually, that globular cluster (M55) is just the closest object to the transmission’s source. It appeared to have come from a region of mostly empty space (though it’s worth remembering that distant red dwarfs or brown dwarfs could be too faint to be detectable).
The astronomer who found this and scrawled “Wow!” on that printout was Jerry Ehman at the Big Ear radio telescope in Ohio. Credit where it’s due.
Despite a lot of efforts, this kind of signal has only ever been recorded this one time. There’s a chance we may never know what it was.
It is unlike any other kind of phenomenon ever observed in astronomy. The only logical scientific explanation is that it was one of two things: Either it was a completely unknown and incredibly rare astronomical phenomenon which modern astronomy is completely unaware of – or it was an intercepted alien transmission. There are no other possibilities.

I really love the Wow! signal.

Okay but what does it sound like?


here you go, @im-the-swamp-witch

That sound filled me with unearthly dread

me, who talks about aliens just beaming me the fuck up all the time: wait hold up this shit is SCARY?!

this sounds like dial-up internet

foxy-mulder: elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey: inside-us-only-stars: icksie: im-the-swamp-witch: chavisory: invaderxan: mistyscience:...

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foxy: ALL SONGS PRODUCED BY: KANYE WEST Except Tracks 10 & 36 1. Intro feat. Free of 106 & Park 2. Live From Irving Plaza, NY- Talib Kweli/ Kanye West/ Mos Det 3. Guess Who's Back? Freestyle- 50 Cent 4. Jesus Walks (snippet). Kanye West 5. Through The Wire (Still Standing) feat. Chaka Khan/ Elton John 6. 2 Words. Kanye West feat. Mos Det/ Freeway/ Harlem Boys choir 7. Show Go On. Freeway/ Twista 8. Champions. Dame Dash presents Kanye West/ Young Chris Beanie Sigel/ Cam'Ron/ Twista 9. Live From Tweeter Center, IL Jay Z/ Kanye West 10. The Bounce- Jay Z feat. Kanye West 11. Poppin' Tags Jay Z feat. Twista/ Outkast 12. A Million Freestyle- Kanye West 13. '03 Bonnie & Clyde Jay Z feat. Beyonce Knowles 14. BR Right- Trina feat. Ludacris 15. Brown Sugar- Mos Def 16. Good To You- Talib Kweli 17. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly- Consequence/ Kanye w 18. Dead Or Alive- Cam Ron 19. Takeover Freestyle Cam'Ron 20. Got Nowhere State Property 21. Poppa Was A Playa- Nas 22. Home- Kanye West 23. Reebok Commercial- Scarface 24. Heaven- Scarface feat. Kelly Price 25. In Cold Blood- Scarface 26. My Way Kanye West These are the songs from my tatoo: 27. You Made Me- Harlem World feat. Carl Thomas 28. My Life Foxy Brown 29. Ghetto- Madd Rapper feat. Raekwon/ Carl Thon 30. The Truth Beanie Sigel 31. This Can't Be Life. Jay Z 32. Nothing Like It- Beanie Sigel feat. Harlem Boys' C 33. Izzo (H.o.V.A.) Unplugged Version- Jay Z 34. Heart of The City (Ain't No Love) Unplugged Ve 35. Never Chage Jay Z feat. Kanye West 36. My Life, My Love GLC of the GoGetters ROC A FELLA RECORDS produced by Timbaland produced by Devon Ha EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: KANYE WEST for Kanma Co Execs: John Monopoly for Hustle. & Don C. for H Hustie ixed By Mustafa Rocks & Vaughn Woods for 87emP HUSTLE
foxy: ALL SONGS PRODUCED BY: KANYE WEST
 Except Tracks 10 & 36
 1. Intro feat. Free of 106 & Park
 2. Live From Irving Plaza, NY- Talib Kweli/ Kanye West/ Mos Det
 3. Guess Who's Back? Freestyle- 50 Cent
 4. Jesus Walks (snippet). Kanye West
 5. Through The Wire (Still Standing) feat. Chaka Khan/ Elton John
 6. 2 Words. Kanye West feat. Mos Det/ Freeway/ Harlem Boys choir
 7. Show Go On. Freeway/ Twista
 8. Champions. Dame Dash presents Kanye West/ Young Chris
 Beanie Sigel/ Cam'Ron/ Twista
 9. Live From Tweeter Center, IL Jay Z/ Kanye West
 10. The Bounce- Jay Z feat. Kanye West
 11. Poppin' Tags Jay Z feat. Twista/ Outkast
 12. A Million Freestyle- Kanye West
 13. '03 Bonnie & Clyde Jay Z feat. Beyonce Knowles
 14. BR Right- Trina feat. Ludacris
 15. Brown Sugar- Mos Def
 16. Good To You- Talib Kweli
 17. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly- Consequence/ Kanye w
 18. Dead Or Alive- Cam Ron
 19. Takeover Freestyle Cam'Ron
 20. Got Nowhere State Property
 21. Poppa Was A Playa- Nas
 22. Home- Kanye West
 23. Reebok Commercial- Scarface
 24. Heaven- Scarface feat. Kelly Price
 25. In Cold Blood- Scarface
 26. My Way Kanye West
 These are the songs from my tatoo:
 27. You Made Me- Harlem World feat. Carl Thomas
 28. My Life Foxy Brown
 29. Ghetto- Madd Rapper feat. Raekwon/ Carl Thon
 30. The Truth Beanie Sigel
 31. This Can't Be Life. Jay Z
 32. Nothing Like It- Beanie Sigel feat. Harlem Boys' C
 33. Izzo (H.o.V.A.) Unplugged Version- Jay Z
 34. Heart of The City (Ain't No Love) Unplugged Ve
 35. Never Chage Jay Z feat. Kanye West
 36. My Life, My Love GLC of the GoGetters
 ROC A FELLA
 RECORDS
 produced by Timbaland produced by Devon Ha
 EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: KANYE WEST for Kanma
 Co Execs: John Monopoly for Hustle. & Don C. for H
 Hustie
 ixed By Mustafa Rocks & Vaughn Woods for 87emP
 HUSTLE
foxy: Music CONFESSIONS TUMBLRCOM IP-HOP HOORAY ee q eers of the music world celebrate their rise to the top of the charts -and ther newfound industry power By dames Patrick Herman. Photographed by Elig-FEs TUMBLR.COM s Lauryn Hills Grammy sweep last February proved, America is, offi. cially, a hip-hop nation. And after two decades under male leadership, women now rule. Just ask rap kingpin Sean "Puffy" Combs "Female MCs always had it so hard-no respect-it was like thcy was livin' in Siberia, he says. "But it made 'em strong. Now their shit's so hot, they dont needa mike to be heard." In fact, soon every one will be hearing the new albums from hip-hop queens Mary J. Blige, Aaliyah, Lil' Kim, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, and Da Brat, all friends as well as frequent collaborators. They're even making plans to take their act-The Bitch Tour-on the road with a funky twist on Lilith Fair, coming to a sold-out stadium near you. But dont call them divas (except perhaps for Ms. Blige, who cited personal drama at the last minute and was unable to attend the photo shoot). Mary J. Blige, 28. Claim to fame: The queen of hip-hop soul. There's something about Mary: "Hip-hop plays a big part in my music. I've always been sample-orient ed-Barry White, Isaac Hayes. The strcets is gonna be happy with my record. You'll cry to it, dance to it, fuck to it. I've done a lot of love songs. Most of'em are about how fucked up women are treated. It's good to know my music helps people. Im goin' through it, too-the same tears, the same black eye, the same stomachachc and I'm gonna get us through it. I'm at such a place now, such a peace, I cannot be knocked down. Im Mary the lone woman. Mmm-hmmm," What becomes a diva most: "Someone who got through tough times and paid dues, like Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin. Good God, those were war storics they had to tell. Men wanted to rule them and treat them like shit, and they got through it." The Mary Jane girls: "People expect us to be com- petitive, but I didn't give Lauryn Hill her career-that was somethin' she worked for. And she didn't give me my career. Why should I think about competition if she got somethin' she could contribute to my project? I cannot be jealous. It's wasted energy. Ijust did a duet with the Queen of Soul herself, Miss Aretha Franklin I keep quiet when the veterans are in the room-and honey, she is a veteran. When I came out of the booth, she said, 'That was very nice.' And then she went in Power players (from eft): Aaliyah, Lil Kim, Missy Misdemeanor" Ellot and Da Brat. Not pictured the booth and killed me. FOR CAADEY CURRY MANAGEMENT MAKEUP BY NONKA FOR TE CEBCRAHMARTIN AGENCY. MSSY VAR DyCH NA POTTER FOR a NAS 00LL HOUSE NY, MAKEUP UY CF0G FER ELL 8RAT l-Kim-CONFESSIONS TUMBLR.COM aliyah, 20. Claim to fame: The R&B Lolita is now filming Joel Silvers Romeo Must Die for Warner Bros. Ready for her close-up: I want people to look at me as a full-on entertainer, not just as a singer or a dancer. It's taking my career to another level and showing every side of me." Foxy lady: "My mom will say, 'There is some- thing about her that was always sexy.' My image isnt a put-on. When you listen to me and hear the smooth tones--that's what I'm givin' off. As a child, I didn't notice. Now Im in tune with it. It can definitely be a power, and I use it to my advantage." Fierce competition: "People try to bring negativity my way, especially with Brandy and Monica. If Im competing with anybody, I'm competing with myselfto be original." What becomes a diva most: "Oh, that word. The Websters definition is an opera singer who has a lot of range, but that's changed over time. Now a diva is a bitch. Were not all bitchy. Its just a myth thatš not goin' anywhere. If you're gonna describe somebody, call her a queen.I shows respect.Is royaly." issy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, 27. Claim to fame: record business is male-dominated, and when yo're not bein' The female Pufly" runs her own record label, taken as seriously as you should, you gotta go in there screamin the Gold Mind, Inc; she rapped for a Gap TV because they'll walk all over you. And the word can be positive: ad campaign. Talkin' bout a revolution: "Fe IfIbe like, 'Thats a baaad bitch,' you know that means dope. males are takin' over. We droppin' our albums We gotta stop thinkin of it as bein' negative, 'cause it's gonna at the same time to make that point clear, so when we do our be used regardless. Men call us that when they're intimidated. Bitch Tour itll be obvious. It took a strong female like Lauryn Female bonding: "Instcad of compcting, we help out and en to be successful and open doors. Now everybody else can fall in hance cach other. When I see another female artist, we always line." Bitch, bitch, bitch: "My first single's called Shes a Bitch.' show cach other love-we just so happy that we broke that bar- That doesn't have to be your everyday personality. But the rier down of us not ein' able to do as much as the men." lKimCONFESSIONS. TUMBLR.COM 0 Music a Brat, 25. Claim to fame: Runs her own record label, Thowin' Tantrums Entertainment; she is the first female rapper to have a platinum record. She's the one: "Before me, people didnt know how to market a female rap artist. I laid the path in the way Queen Latifah and MC Lyte did for me. But you need to grow in this industry. I want to produce, act, and direct -get my hands in every thing. I got an cye and an car for good talent." Birds of a feather: "My friends all stick together. There's only a handful of us women in the industry with labels-theres not enough of us to be bickerin'. We're like the dream team. Its all about unity, havin' a strong support system. Were mature adults and we know the value of friendship. Nothin' should come between two friends- friends are forever, men aint." To each her own: "I got the tomboy thing goini on, and I can still be sexy. Missy's futuristic you dont know what she's gonna do next. Kim is like the madam-diva type-raunchy and nasty. Shell shoot your ass. Mary's sultry and spiritual and soulful, the ghetto queen of R&B Aaliyahs funky, she represents the teenagers. Shell make you party with her. We all are supa dupa fresh, and we gotta hold hands and rock together." il' Kim, 24. Claim to fame: The girlfriend of the late Notus B.I.G. runs her own label, Queen Bee Records. She's come a long way, baby: "Im really proud of my CONFESSIONS TUMBLRICOM new album. My favorite lyrics 'A queen is not a queen because she has failed/ But a queen is a queen because failure has not stopped her..../ Women are taking over for the new millen nium.' Like Puffy said, we dont need a mike anymore. We bein' heard. Its our era." What becomes a diva most: People love to use the word diva. I like queen better. A queen knows it all but doesnt let you know it right off. She's good-spirited and righteous. She's the boss: "With Queen Bee, I call the shots. I want my label to be the female version of Bad Boy. Me and Puffy may be family, but at the end of the day, I'm gonna do what I have to do. I'm also working on Bad Girl Films- ever since I did Sheš AllThat, Miramax has been offering me lots of things." In the company of women: "Were all characters. Brats the southern street girl who needs to be wild. Aaliyah's the pretty-girl type, the sexy artist that's un- touchable. Missy's like a cartoon and you love to watch her, shes so cute. Mary, you love to watch for her rength. Mary's the girl you can identify with. And me, Im like a little Mary. Lauryn's getting what she deserves. Her success made me work harder. Now we all know a hip-hop woman can make it."O ki- CONFESSIONS TUMBLR COM thabeehive-deactivated20160215: lil’ kim, aaliyah, missy elliott, da brat photographed by elfie semotan for the august 1999 issue of elle magazine.
foxy: Music
 CONFESSIONS
 TUMBLRCOM
 IP-HOP
 HOORAY
 ee q eers of the music world celebrate their rise to the
 top of the charts -and ther newfound industry power
 By dames Patrick Herman. Photographed by Elig-FEs
 TUMBLR.COM

 s Lauryn Hills Grammy sweep last
 February proved, America is, offi.
 cially, a hip-hop nation. And after
 two decades under male leadership,
 women now rule. Just ask rap
 kingpin Sean "Puffy" Combs
 "Female MCs always had it so
 hard-no respect-it was like thcy was livin' in Siberia,
 he says. "But it made 'em strong. Now their shit's so hot,
 they dont needa mike to be heard." In fact, soon every
 one will be hearing the new albums from hip-hop
 queens Mary J. Blige, Aaliyah, Lil' Kim, Missy
 "Misdemeanor" Elliott, and Da Brat, all friends as well
 as frequent collaborators. They're even making plans to
 take their act-The Bitch Tour-on the road with a
 funky twist on Lilith Fair, coming to a sold-out stadium
 near you. But dont call them divas (except perhaps for
 Ms. Blige, who cited personal drama at the last minute
 and was unable to attend the photo shoot).
 Mary J. Blige, 28. Claim to fame: The queen of hip-hop
 soul. There's something about Mary: "Hip-hop plays a
 big part in my music. I've always been sample-orient
 ed-Barry White, Isaac Hayes. The strcets is gonna be
 happy with my record. You'll cry to it, dance to it, fuck to
 it. I've done a lot of love songs. Most of'em are about
 how fucked up women are treated. It's good to know my
 music helps people. Im goin' through it, too-the same
 tears, the same black eye, the same stomachachc and
 I'm gonna get us through it. I'm at such a place now,
 such a peace, I cannot be knocked down. Im Mary the
 lone woman. Mmm-hmmm," What becomes a diva
 most: "Someone who got through tough times and paid
 dues, like Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin. Good God,
 those were war storics they had to tell. Men wanted to
 rule them and treat them like shit, and they got through
 it." The Mary Jane girls: "People expect us to be com-
 petitive, but I didn't give Lauryn Hill her career-that
 was somethin' she worked for. And she didn't give me
 my career. Why should I think about competition if
 she got somethin' she could contribute to my project?
 I cannot be jealous. It's wasted energy. Ijust did a duet
 with the Queen of Soul herself, Miss Aretha Franklin
 I keep quiet when the veterans are in the room-and
 honey, she is a veteran. When I came out of the booth,
 she said, 'That was very nice.' And then she went in
 Power players (from
 eft): Aaliyah, Lil Kim, Missy
 Misdemeanor" Ellot
 and Da Brat. Not pictured
 the booth and killed me.
 FOR CAADEY CURRY MANAGEMENT MAKEUP BY NONKA FOR TE CEBCRAHMARTIN AGENCY.
 MSSY VAR DyCH NA POTTER FOR a NAS 00LL HOUSE NY, MAKEUP UY CF0G FER ELL 8RAT
 l-Kim-CONFESSIONS
 TUMBLR.COM

 aliyah, 20. Claim to fame: The R&B Lolita is now filming Joel
 Silvers Romeo Must Die for Warner Bros. Ready for her close-up:
 I want people to look at me as a full-on entertainer, not just as a
 singer or a dancer. It's taking my career to another level and
 showing every side of me." Foxy lady: "My mom will say, 'There is some-
 thing about her that was always sexy.' My image isnt a put-on. When
 you listen to me and hear the smooth tones--that's what I'm givin' off.
 As a child, I didn't notice. Now Im in tune with it. It can definitely be
 a power, and I use it to my advantage." Fierce competition: "People
 try to bring negativity my way, especially with Brandy and
 Monica. If Im competing with anybody, I'm competing with
 myselfto be original." What becomes a diva most: "Oh,
 that word. The Websters definition is an opera singer who
 has a lot of range, but that's changed over time. Now a
 diva is a bitch. Were not all bitchy. Its just a myth thatš
 not goin' anywhere. If you're gonna describe somebody,
 call her a queen.I shows
 respect.Is royaly."
 issy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, 27. Claim to fame: record business is male-dominated, and when yo're not bein'
 The female Pufly" runs her own record label, taken as seriously as you should, you gotta go in there screamin
 the Gold Mind, Inc; she rapped for a Gap TV because they'll walk all over you. And the word can be positive:
 ad campaign. Talkin' bout a revolution: "Fe IfIbe like, 'Thats a baaad bitch,' you know that means dope.
 males are takin' over. We droppin' our albums We gotta stop thinkin of it as bein' negative, 'cause it's gonna
 at the same time to make that point clear, so when we do our be used regardless. Men call us that when they're intimidated.
 Bitch Tour itll be obvious. It took a strong female like Lauryn Female bonding: "Instcad of compcting, we help out and en
 to be successful and open doors. Now everybody else can fall in hance cach other. When I see another female artist, we always
 line." Bitch, bitch, bitch: "My first single's called Shes a Bitch.' show cach other love-we just so happy that we broke that bar-
 That doesn't have to be your everyday personality. But the
 rier down of us not ein' able to do as much as the men."
 lKimCONFESSIONS.
 TUMBLR.COM
 0

 Music
 a Brat, 25. Claim to fame: Runs her own record label, Thowin'
 Tantrums Entertainment; she is the first female rapper to have a
 platinum record. She's the one: "Before me, people didnt know
 how to market a female rap artist. I laid the path in the way
 Queen Latifah and MC Lyte did for me. But you need to grow
 in this industry. I want to produce, act, and direct -get my hands in every
 thing. I got an cye and an car for good talent." Birds of a feather: "My friends
 all stick together. There's only a handful of us women in the industry with
 labels-theres not enough of us to be bickerin'. We're like the dream team. Its
 all about unity, havin' a strong support system. Were mature adults and we
 know the value of friendship. Nothin' should come between two friends-
 friends are forever, men aint." To each her own: "I got the tomboy thing goini
 on, and I can still be sexy. Missy's futuristic you dont know what she's gonna
 do next. Kim is like the madam-diva type-raunchy and nasty. Shell shoot
 your ass. Mary's sultry and spiritual and soulful, the ghetto queen of R&B
 Aaliyahs funky, she represents the teenagers. Shell make you party with her.
 We all are supa dupa fresh, and we gotta hold hands and rock together."
 il' Kim, 24. Claim to fame: The girlfriend
 of the late Notus B.I.G. runs her own
 label, Queen Bee Records. She's come a
 long way, baby: "Im really proud of my
 CONFESSIONS
 TUMBLRICOM
 new album. My favorite lyrics 'A queen is not a
 queen because she has failed/ But a queen is a
 queen because failure has not stopped her..../
 Women are taking over for the new millen
 nium.' Like Puffy said, we dont need a mike
 anymore. We bein' heard. Its our era." What
 becomes a diva most: People love to use the word
 diva. I like queen better. A queen knows it all but doesnt let
 you know it right off. She's good-spirited and righteous.
 She's the boss: "With Queen Bee, I call the shots. I want
 my label to be the female version of Bad Boy. Me and Puffy
 may be family, but at the end of the day, I'm gonna do
 what I have to do. I'm also working on Bad Girl Films-
 ever since I did Sheš AllThat, Miramax has been offering me
 lots of things." In the company of women: "Were all
 characters. Brats the southern street girl who needs to be
 wild. Aaliyah's the pretty-girl type, the sexy artist that's un-
 touchable. Missy's like a cartoon and you love to watch
 her, shes so cute. Mary, you love to watch for her
 rength. Mary's the girl you can identify with. And
 me, Im like a little Mary. Lauryn's getting what she
 deserves. Her success made me work harder. Now
 we all know a hip-hop woman can make it."O
 ki- CONFESSIONS
 TUMBLR COM
thabeehive-deactivated20160215:

lil’ kim, aaliyah, missy elliott,  da brat photographed by elfie semotan for the august 1999 issue of elle magazine.

thabeehive-deactivated20160215: lil’ kim, aaliyah, missy elliott, da brat photographed by elfie semotan for the august 1999 issue of el...

foxy: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs & tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's expense Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when there were so many women who already had platinum albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/ pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc- I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain. These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players in the game just like the boys were. V ソ@ love you guys for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is just simply not. ︶ update your blogs & tv shows with what I actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! ERTCOM From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)
foxy: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post
 "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back
 Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female
 rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs &
 tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they
 only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's
 expense
 Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when
 there were so many women who already had platinum
 albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one
 album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her
 own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/
 pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum
 albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah
 had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc-
 I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now
 what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to
 decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social
 media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came
 out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO
 female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't
 getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female
 rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for
 labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain.
 These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l
 "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to
 POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players
 in the game just like the boys were. V ソ@ love you guys
 for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is
 just simply not. ︶ update your blogs & tv shows with what I
 actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview
 made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl
 BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!
 ERTCOM
From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

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