Nicki Minaj Takes the Last Spot in Rap Caviar’s 2010 Rap Mount Rushmore

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Nicki Minaj replied in shock to Rap Caviar’s initial post on Thursday.

Over the weekend, Spotify’s Rap Caviar playlist got the rap world (on social media) talking with a Mount Rushmore graphic for the past decade. The graphic placed Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole on the monument, with another space missing for followers to chime in. On Tuesday, the platform officially naming Nicki Minaj as the fourth member. Nicki claimed almost 40 percent of the official Twitter poll.


Nicki initially replied to Rap Caviar’s original tweet on Thursday. “Wow,” she wrote in diseblief.

Celebrities like LeBron James and even Bronx-born actor James Caan, known for his role as Sonny Corleone in The Godfather chimed in. The two both publicly cast their votes for Atlanta crooner Future.

“Never thought I’d get the opportunity to give you the alley oop,” Nicki wrote in response to LeBron’s tweet. “But you almost had it. It’s Nicki Minaj!”


“Future? End of tweet,” the 81-year-old Caan wrote on Friday. When a user claimed that one of Caan’s kids maybe tweeted from his account, the Academy Award nominee refuted the notion.”Guy acts like I don’t have kids who play that stuff around here,” he tweeted. “End of tweet.”



Starting with 2010’s Pink Friday, Nicki Minaj sold over 4 million records worldwide between 2010 and 2018. Each of her first four albums earned a Platinum certification from the RIAA. Nicki recently re-released her classic 2009 mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty, adding the project and a handful of new songs to digital streaming platforms.


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