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Nicki Minaj's Newly-Leaked Sex Tape Selling for 100,000 Dollars

May 21, 2010 (7:58 am) GMT
The sex video featuring the 'Massive Attack' singer has been leaked and the contents' owner reportedly demands 100,000 dollars in exchange of the tape.

has become the latest star who is featured in a sex tape. Media Take Out claimed that they got a private screening of the explicit video, starred by "what appears to be young Nicki Minaj."

The site further dished out that Minaj's sex tape shows the "Massive Attack" singer doing all kinds of "freaky stuff". It is further reported that the graphic scene was taped a few years ago since she appears younger.

On whether or not the sex tape caught a big attention, the site revealed that there has been already one person lined up to pay the contents' owner $100,000 in exchange of the tape.

Nicki Minaj herself, during an interview with Fader Magazine back in February, addressed about being a sex symbol. "I don't know where I fit in the spectrum of rap yet... people thought I was more of a sex symbol or wannabe sex symbol," she said.

"I'm trying to entertain, and entertaining is more than exuding sex appeal. I don't think that's fun. I don't find it fun watching someone trying to be sexy. It's wack," Minaj continued. "I'm trying to just show my true personality, and I think that means more than anything else."

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