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Nicki Minaj goes on money-giving spree, pays for fans' tuition

13 May 2017

Minaj's generosity-fueled bonanza started from a Billboard contest she posted on her twitter profile that one of her followers responded to with "Well you wanna pay for my tuition?"

Minaj has landed 76 songs on the chart after releasing three singles in March, including her latest collaboration with superstar Drake. Minaj replied to some individually, also offering to pay for their books and student loans, the AP reported.

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The Anaconda singer had one sweet clause for those entering her Twitter hosted contest wherein she simply wanted to verify their straight "A" grades with the school they were attending.

Now Cook hasn't had the bill paid for yet, but he is in contact with Nicki Minaj's staff to get that settled. As soon as she received it, Minaj made good on her promise.

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Someone asked singer Nicki Minaj on Twitter for help paying tuition costs.

But when one respondent said she would rather have help paying tuition, Minaj agreed. An hour after attaining maximum capacity, she called it off and stopped taking more requests but that's not all!

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Nicki Minaj goes on money-giving spree, pays for fans' tuition