Nicki Minaj Fondly Reflects On Her First 'Epic' Pride Performance: 'I'll Never, EVER Get Over It'

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Nicki Minaj arrives for the 2019 Met Gala celebrating Camp: Notes on Fashion at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2019 in New York City.

It's been nearly a decade since Nicki Minaj took the stage for her very first Pride concert, and the moment left a significant impact on the "Megatron" rapper.    

In 2010, Minaj -- who had just released her full-length debut, Pink Friday -- was one of rap's rising talents to watch when she performed at Atlanta Pride. At the time, she couldn't get over how "epic" the crowd was.    

Years later, she's looking back at the her first major Pride event with a quick note of appreciation for the LGBTQ community and the love they've shown her.   

"I did my 1st pride concert in ATL like 10 years ago & I’ll never, EVER get over it," she tweeted on Saturday (June 29). "The energy in the room was like nothing I’d ever experienced b4."

Check out Minaj's message in full below.