Nicki Minaj is planning a big star studded extravaganza for her new video “Girls Fall Like Dominoes.” According to The Sun, Nicki wants all the celebs she mentions in the song to make a cameo. If she gets her way, she will be joined by Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Keri Hilson, Ciara and Madonna, as well as the Kardashian sisters – Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.
Nicki also mentions Donatella Versace, Kristin Cavallari, MIA, Beyonce, Grace Jones, Monique and Angelina Jolie are also mentioned in the song.
An insider told the newspaper “There’s every chance the big names will oblige. Everyone loves Nicki. It’s already causing a stir in various camps.”
Nicki also revealed that the video will be inspired by Cyndi Lauper. She said, “When I saw Cyndi Lauper’s videos as a kid I wanted to jump into the TV and run down the street with her and shout, ‘Girls just wanna have fun’.
Nicki also recently took to Twitter and asked her followers, “Two questions: How many divas did I name in ‘Girls Fall Like Dominoes’ and who should make a cameo in the video?”
NYC STREET DRUMMER SUING MTV OVER NICKI MINAJ DOCUMENTARY
Reports say that an NYC drummer is suing MTV and its parent company Viacom over Nicki Minaj‘s My Time Now documentary. According to Billboard.com, street drummer Michael Savely has claimed that his privacy was violated and his reputation was tarnished when his image appeared on the documentary. He has claimed that he was filmed by the show’ producers in November 2010 and approached to sign a waver.
He said he refused because he was concerned that “the footage would misrepresent his connection with other artists whose style conflict with the one that he has developed.” Despite his refusal to grant permission to the music network, he said, his image appeared on the show in December 2010.
Savely said his business teaching drumming to children was damaged by his appearance on the show.