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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

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Mariah Carey recently commented that if Nicki Minaj bought an elephant it would complete her circus look.

TARZANA - American Idol's Nicki Minaj was spotted at the world famous Tarzan & Jane Petting Zoo in Tarzana walking around feeding and petting the various animals.

She told a reporter with The Gossipette Gazette that she had come to the petting zoo to get away from the backstage zoo at American Idol.

Minaj stated that for the past two weeks she has been bombarded with all kinds of hateful questions from members of the entertainment media due to the fact that she has dared to get in Mariah Carey's face.

The woman who many say resembles a Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey clown has gotten one of the worst reputations of any celebrity including Naomi Campbell, Chelsea Handler, Lisa Lampanelli, and Omarosa.

Many critics say that Minaj is nothing more than a prefabricated
Disney character who has no real talent other than the ability to act like she is the greatest performer since Celine Dion.

Minaj recently became angry when Ling Chow Rangoon with iRumors mentioned that Nicki is an example of what mean, horrible Disney characters look like.

SIDENOTE: Nicki responded to remarks that Miss Rangoon had made by saying "Hey honey chiiild, my eyelashes might be false okayyyyy? But my big, gigantic butt well it be real okayyyyy?

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