She may be yet to deliver a music video (or live performance) worthy of her star status, but that hasn’t stopped Nicki Minaj from becoming one of the world’s most celebrated entertainers, hailed by some as one third of a musical “Holy Trinity” completed by Beyonce and Rihanna.
Unfortunately, thanks to moves made by she and her creative team, the rapper finds herself looking more foolish than holy after they released a lyric video for her new single ‘Only‘, filling itto the brim with questionable imagery some critics claim was inspired by Nazi propaganda.
Worsened by the fact that the video was released on the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the clip’s release has earned the chart-topper a new batch of critics all waiting to weigh in on her latest move, even after she claimed the visual had nothing to do with Nazism and apologised to those who believe it does.
The name of one of her new critics? The political commentator that is Glenn Beck…