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Nicki Minaj Claims Her High School Alma Mater Won’t Let Her Speak to Students

‘I guess I’m not good enough,’ the ‘Anaconda’ rapper says in response to being rejected by LaGuardia High

Rapper and actress Nicki Minaj said her alma mater, New York’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, is barring her from returning to speak with students.

“I guess I’m not good enough,” Minaj said in a tweet. “That school changed my life and I wanted to pay it forward to the students there now. I was really looking forward to it.”

Minaj said she had wanted to “inspire” the young minds who attend the school “but the new principal declined.”

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After a fan asked Minaj if any reason was given as to why they didn’t want her to speak, she responded, “…not really.”

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The 31-year-old Grammy-nominated entertainer is known for her suggestive live performances and explicit lyrics, including her 2013 track with Lil Wayne, “High School.”

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The school and principal Lisa Mars have not responded to TheWrap for comment.