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Rapper Nicki Minaj Spent The Weekend Helping A Slew of Her Twitter Followers Pay For College

This past weekend, Minaj went above and beyond with her generosity in a way almost NEVER seen by a celebrity.What started out as a discussion on Twitter about a lip-sync contest she was holding where the prize was a chance to hang out with her at the Billboard Music Awards ended up being so much more.

When a fan replied, “Well you wanna pay for my tuition?” this was Minaj’s reply

TMZ later followed up to see if Nicki had indeed followed through on her promises and yep, she sure did.

We checked in with some of the lucky beneficiaries who told us Nicki has already started to send the money. She asked for bank info through the DMs, and one person we spoke with said he already got $500 from Minaj.

Later TMZ posted an update…

TMZ has confirmed 2 more people have received funds from Nicki, with one payment being for $800. Everyone else waiting for theirs … sit tight.

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