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Nicki Minaj’s Superbowl Performance Demands Revealed

Submitted by on February 2, 2012 – 9:56 amOne Comment
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She may only be coming out for one song during Madonna‘s halftime show, but Nicki Minaj’s Superbowl rider is as diva-esque as it gets.

Minaj first showed her demanding side during her MTV documentary, My Time Now. “If I turn up to a photo shoot and you got a $50 clothes budget and some sliced pickles on a motherf*ckin’ board, you know what? No. I am gonna leave.” Her new list of requirements to make her stay backstage comfortable at this weekend’s big game shows she’s a woman of her word.

According to The Hollywood Reporter:

Minaj reportedly requires 12 bottles of Martinelli’s Apple Juice, with 6 iced and 6 at room temperature. The same half-iced, half-room temp requirement goes for the 24 bottles of Dasani Water she needs. Other drinks that should be provided are Snapple, Red Bull, assorted fruit juices and Simply Lemonade.

Minaj also loves her chicken so she requires a 12-piece bucket of “spicy” fried chicken with “lots of wings,” and “no thighs.” When it comes to breakfast, Minaj needs egg whites and turkey bacon, and for the sweeter side of things she requires Belgium Waffles with syrup, powdered sugar, butter, strawberries and whipped cream.

Among her other snack requests: three packs of gum, salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, Wishbone Light Italian dressing, green olives, fruit platter, cheese platter, a deli tray, Bumble Bee tuna in water, and wheat or low fat crackers.

Minaj recently released her new video, “Stupid Hoe,” which has been banned from BET:

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