Shocking!!! Nicki Minaj drops out of MTV VMAs 2021, fans stunned

Taking to Twitter, rapper Nicki Minaj announced to her fans, rather than sent them in a state of shock, with the news of her not attending the MTV Video Music



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With every passing day, it seems like  the MTV Video Music Awards is  losing  some of its most well-known performers. And to add to that list, the Anaconda hit star  Nicki Minaj said she was taken out while responding to a fan on Thursday. “I just took a step back. Another day, I’ll explain why. But I adore those MTV boys . Thank you very much, Bruce. I love you so much. “We’ll have a baby next year,” she tweeted.

Alicia Keys and Swae Lee have been confirmed to perform their new single “LALA” at the Grammys, despite the fact that Minaj’s departure was never formally published. The event will not have a video vanguard award for the second year in a row. Lorde also announced that she will no longer be performing.

Normani will perform at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, according to MTV. The Wild Side singer is returning to the VMA stage after her debut in 2019 with the iconic Motivation performance, and fans are expecting another mind-blowing performance from their star this time. Normani’s appearance comes only one day after MTV announced Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker would perform “papercuts,” their new single. Travis Barker, AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys, Ashanti, Avril Lavigne, Hailey Bieber, Halle Bailey, Ja Rule, Lance Bass, Megan Fox, Billie Eilish, Billy Porter, Conor McGregor, 50 Cent, Cyndi Lauper, Fat Joe, Nick Lachey, Rita Ora, and Simone Biles will also be presenting at the MTV award show. 

Nicki Minaj has been hard at work on her highly anticipated fifth album, Queen, which was released in 2018. She also stunned her Barbz in June by performing “Big Barbie,” a four-year-old collaboration with Future from her Queen sessions. The 2021 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) will be broadcast live from New York City’s Barclays Center on September 12 at 8 p.m. ET and 5.30 a.m. IST.

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