NICKI MINAJ offers us some incredible insights to her diva behavior from her rider demands alone. Oh yes, she’s a diva alright, and she’s eager to let us all know how she rolls.
The outrageously outfitted rapper and her bubblegum pink hair graced the cover of Wonderland Magazine’s February/March issue where a list of her concert and show rider demands has been featured. Ever wonder how Nicki keeps her petite frame in its current voluptuous state? Read her rider and find out…
Twelve bottles of Martinelli’s Apple Juice doesn’t sound so over the top, but Nicki specifies for six bottles to be iced and six bottles to be at room temperature. Also, lots of spicy chicken wings in 12-piece buckets, with absolutely, absolutely…”no thighs.”
Nicki, who’ll be joining Madonna in her performance during the halftime show on Sunday’s Super Bowl, also demands for lots of dried cranberries, raw almonds, and 24 bottles of Dasani Water, 12 room temperature, 12 on ice.
Which makes us wonder whether the equal parts icy and equal parts room temperature is a formula she uses to keep her rounded behind as shapely as possible.
Still, the Trinidadian-born performer does include healthy choices for breakfast, like egg whites (scrambled hard) and turkey bacon (fried hard), white toast with grape and strawberry jelly or jam, Belgian waffles with syrup, powdered sugar, whipped cream, butter and strawberries…all in one go.
For random snacking, she also requires Snapple, Red Bull, assorted fruit juices, Simply Lemonade, a fruit platter, cheese platter, deli tray, three packs of gum, salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, green olives, Wishbone Light Italian dressing, Bumble Bee tuna in water, and wheat or low fat crackers.
So you can just imagine Nicki‘s Super Bowl dressing room looking like a well-stocked pantry come game day. Granted she doesn’t request bowls of specific flower arrangements, six dozen white towels, fur-lined sofas or animal-hide rugs, but hey…this is a girl who loves her food.
Wonder if she’ll allow us to partake of any of that bounty…
Photos Via Matt Irwin For Wonderland Magazine, February/March 2012 Issue