On December 19th, Nicki Minaj landed in Luanda, Angola to perform at a Christmas party hosted by the Unitel Communications firm, a company part-owned by the family of the controversial President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos.
Last week, members of the Human Rights Foundation and the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights group begged the Superbass singer to cancel her concert in Luanda, Angola. They accused the rap diva of “callously taking money from a dictator who’s been in power for nearly four decades and who has effectively and ruthlessly choked free expression“. But Nicki Minaj ignored the pleas and performed to a packed crowed anyway.
The 33-year-old rapper was reportedly paid $2 million for the concert which was held in a 12,000-seat stadium where she shared the stage with several local acts.
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