Suggestion From Barbz To Get Rid Of Nicki's Current Hair Stylist And Get New Visual Director

Nicki Minaj has proven herself to be the not only the queen of rap but the woman in hip hop who is undeniably a fashion icon. For years of her career Nicki has started trends and make fashion statements that have been heard & seen all throughout the world. As of 2017 Nicki lost her what some might say last good Hair Stylist who ended up talking about her in a shady manner on Instagram, she also lost one of her most talented stylist after he tried to sue her and failed. As of 2018 Nicki has been working with Arrogant Tae, sounds good right? Wrong. Tae made it so that his first hair style on the rap queen was stunning and from them on made it so that many others of his clients had hair that did more justice then the hair on his only A-List celebrity. Tae also does not have a good relationship with Nicki's fan base he has blocked a bunch and argues with them in comments a great amount, after being given constructive critism. We have done reaserch and found out Nicki pays him the most out of all his clients and as barbs we can all agree he needs to step his game up with that paycheck, especially since he post throw back of Nicki in hair that is AMAZING, all in all we feel like tae favors some of his clients over Nicki. Another issue with one of Nickis crew members we have is her Creative Director. We want Nicki to be STABLE with a creative director who will bring creativity to the table and really show he has an eye for visual arts, "MEGATRON" was amazing especially being that it is a summer anthem. The Video was great for the song, but for things like Barbie Dreams we feel like more should be done.. we feel as though her creative director(s) expect her to only looo pretty and show her sexiness which is amazing, but we aslo would like concepts and story lines to be presented to Nicki.. and the creative director, hair & clothing stylist, and choreographer should all be ONE & on the same page.

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