"We Don't Operate On Fear": Nicki Minaj Speaks Out On Manchester Bombing

Entertainers have recently come together to offer support and their condolences following the Manchester tragedy that took place outside an Ariana Grande concert this past Monday (May 21). 

Nicki Minaj publicly reached out to Ariana via twitter to remind the pop singer she was in her corner and in a recent interview with TMZ;  a reporter questioned Minaj on whether she had any plans on changing her performance schedules and appearances following the tragedy. 

“Nope, because we don’t operate on fear,” she responded confidently. When asked if she had any last words for Grander she stated, “Ariana’s my sister and I love the people in the U.K. and I’m devastated by the news. It’s heartbreaking.”

When in doubt, call Nicki if you need a friend for support. 

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