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“Dear Nicki Minaj: An Open Letter From A Father” (Written By Chuck Creekmur – Owner of AllHipHop.Com)
To Whom It May Concern:
The constant open letters and think-pieces to these entertainers about being role models, needs to stop. The reason for this letter is because I read an open letter to Nicki Minaj about her “Anaconda” cover (see above link). The author was upset that Nicki wasn’t being the proper parent to his daughter. Well that’s how I read it. Nicki Minaj is being an unfit mother to a child she didn’t have. And she most likely isn’t even aware that said child exists.
See getting upset at these entertainers for your lack of parenting needs to stop. Nicki Minaj isn’t your child’s mother, just like Justin Bieber isn’t your child’s father. You as the parent should be sitting your child down and discussing issues that you’re concerned about. Not turning on Microsoft Word and pounding on the keys. Also as a parent, maybe you should actually monitor what your child is doing or listening to. Getting mad at Beyoncé because your 4 year old keeps saying ‘surfboard,’ is ignorant. Why is your 4 year old listening to a record with a parental advisory sticker on it?
The only other problem I have is that only women entertainers are the ones getting open letters. Did you write a letter to Rick Ross regarding his love of putting mollies in unsuspecting women’s drinks? Does Chris Brown get a pass because hoes are really not loyal? Did you not see or hear Trey Songz “Foreign” single & video? I mean if you’re going to go on a crusade towards entertainers being role models, why not also address the men? I mean folks got upset at the “Partition” video, saying Beyoncé is all sexed up. Meanwhile the only man in the video just so happens to be her husband. But who cares because it wasn’t “Bandz A Make Her Dance.”
So do us all a favor and go talk to your kids. Stop annoying us with your go nowhere letters and fake concern. Nicki Minaj always has and always will put her man-made rear end on display, so relax your twitching palm. If you don’t like what’s going on in the industry, ignore it. Don’t financially support it. And if you’re really concerned about your child, turn off the TV and radio. And take that crumb snatcher to a park, museum, or whatever educational places you take kids to. But please spare us the dramatics.