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Even more likely since she revealed in a interview that Roman Zolanski is gay.
Broken Base: With the album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded. The album itself seemed destined to be a Base Breaker; almost exactly one half of the album is Hip Hop with some R&B thrown in, and the rest is straight dance-pop in the vein of "Starships". Several high-ups have called Nicki a sell-out which led to a dust-up at the Hot 97 Summer Jam in 2012, in which she pulled out after Peter Rosenburg insulted her pop-leanings.
Crowning Music of Awesome: Many fans (at even some non-fans) consider her verse on Kanye West's "Monster" to be one of her best, considering she changes accents and flows effortlessly a dozen times during it. Even Bon Iver said it was.
Her verse on Trey Songz's "Bottoms Up" isn't too shabby either.
"Moment 4 Life" is beautiful.
Super Bass is successful and well covered for a reason...
Her latest single, "Starships", is just plain fun.
Even people who hate her think the long descending note she hits in "Turn me On" is bloody wicked.
Hype Aversion: Many people got tired of hearing her all over the radio. Plus many feel that she's all looks and no rapping skills.
It's Popular, Now It Sucks: A lot of her old fans don't like the direction she's taking with her newest album, as there's a lot of singing and mid-tempo tracks as opposed to harder rhymes and beats. There's a lot of accusations that she's just toning down her style just to appeal to pop fans.
Narm: Roman's Revenge may be a pretty strong diss, but the general silliness to some parts makes it hard to take seriously.
Narm Charm: "Right Thru Me": "Do you see through me? / 'Cause you say 'Nicki' / and I say 'who me?' / and you say 'no, you' / and I say 'SCREW YOU'"