Nicki Minaj Fans Scammed, Rapper To Perform In Trinidad
Nicki Minaj is such a hot commodity these days that some shameless promoters are ripping off broke college students by claiming she is performing shows she's not even booked for.
According to her twitter, concerts at MSU (which we're assuming is Michigan State University) and another at JSU (Jackson State University?) were booked with Nicki Minaj as the headliner. The only problem is Nicki had no idea about either.
"Wut concert? Neva heard of it," she tweeted after a follower posted a twitpic of kids camped outside the make-believe concert. "I feel so bad 4 ppl who were scammed," she continued. "Wen I find out the person responsible for this MSU scam I'm putting their name on twitter. scamming college kids? go to hell!"
Meanwhile, another college kid posted that there's another rumored show taking place on Oct. 15 at JSU -- for which tickets are already fraudulently being sold -- but by this time Nicki had already made the record clear: "I'm not doing any shows between now and the 22nd of October. When shows r confirmed i'll let u guys know. I'm sorry."
She also encouraged her fans to sign up to her new site, www.mypinkfriday.com, where she will post all official updates on her touring schedule, among other Nicki Minaj-related info.
Nicki did go on to make an official announcement about an upcoming show in her birthplace of Trinidad on Oct. 30. "Details coming soon on MyPinkFriday.com," she specified.