Floyd Mayweather Daugther seems to be pretty spoiled as far as celeb kids go. She got Nicki Minaj for her birthday.
Nicki doesn’t even have to sing to make bank Floyd Mayweather Jr. paid her $50,000 just to show her face at his daughter’s 14th birthday party.
According to sources, Mayweather rented out the entire MGM ballroom in Vegas to celebrate Iyanna Mayweather’s birthday last weekend — and Nicki showed up to surprise her.
We’re told Nicki stayed for about an hour – hanging out with Iyanna, taking pics – and that’s pretty much it.
You’ll recall, Iyanna’s birthday party is essentially what set off the brawl between T.I. and Floyd – after T.I.’s wife Tiny posted a photo of herself with Iyanna. Tiny was an unpaid guest.
Iyanna’s pretty spoiled as far as celeb guests go – last year, Justin Bieber showed up at her party. Just imagine what her sweet 16 will look like.
Outside of paid appearances, Nicki recently discussed her upcoming solo album, The Pink Print.
“I think everybody knows how obsessed I am with Jay Z. He’s always been my favorite rapper — him and [Lil] Wayne,” Nicki said in an interview. “He did such a great job of creating this Blueprint brand for male rappers, I felt. And I studied a lot of his blueprint, just in terms of becoming a mogul. … I wanted to be like Jay Z. I felt like with what I’m doing, I want female rappers to be able to pattern themselves with what I’ve done one day,” she said.
“And I think the album is soooo classic, it’s gonna feel so good and it will probably be one that female rappers will look to as a ‘pink print’ for years to come.”
A few weeks ago, Nicki said her LP would remind fans why they rode behind her since day one.
“It feels very uplifting and it feels very soulful,” she shared. “It’s a great, I feel, indicator of what The Pink Print will feel like in terms of the storyline of that song.” The album, due sometime this year, marks a return to her roots. “The Pink Print will remind people why they fell in love with Nicki Minaj,” she added. “And I think that needs to be done.”
Recently, the rap star talked about holding her own weight with notable male competition.
“I do not see myself as a female rapper anymore, I’m sorry,” she told MTV News on Monday. “I see myself as a rapper. … I’ve worked with the greats and I’ve held my own with the greats and they respect me – so I should respect myself enough to see myself the same way they see themselves.”