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Floyd Mayweather reportedly paid Nicki Minaj $50K to show up at daughter’s birthday

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Nothing is too good for Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s little girl. Last year, Mayweather had Justin Bieber and Kevin Hart show up for Iyanna’s 13th birthday party. This year it was Nicki Minaj, and Floyd reportedly paid a hefty price for her presence.

Or, should I say, the price was hefty to people like us. According to TMZ, Mayweather paid Minaj $50,000 to make an appearance at Iyanna’s 14th birthday party last weekend. Nicki only had to stay for about an hour and pose for some photos with Iyanna. The party was held at the MGM ballroom in Las Vegas, which of course Mayweather rented out.

As many of you know, the celebrity presence at Iyanna’s birthday party was so strong that it even led to some drama. It was also there that Iyanna posed with T.I.’s wife, which is said to have sparked the brawl between T.I. and Mayweather at a restaurant the next morning.

Iyanna is only 14, and you know Mayweather is going to keep outdoing himself with her birthday parties every year. That’s kind of a scary thought.

Photo: Instagram/Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj thinks ESPN the Magazine retouched photos to make her forehead bigger

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Nicki Minaj recently did a cover shoot for ESPN the Magazine alongside Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant. She does not seem too pleased with the results.

On Thursday, Minaj posted the photo you see above on her Instagram account with a caption that read, “When retouching goes wrong.” She also posted these photos, which she claimed were not retouched to make her forehead look bigger.

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Nicki Minaj song mocks Chris Bosh for crying

Hip hop artist Nicki Minaj took a shot at Chris Bosh in her latest song. Minaj’s track “Roman Reloaded” featuring Lil’ Wayne has a line that makes fun of Chris Bosh for infamously crying after the Heat lost in the NBA Finals to the Mavericks last year.

“All you **** crying, Christopher Bosh,” she says in the song.

In addition to crying during the Finals, Bosh looked teary-eyed after the Heat blew a regular-season loss to the Magic. Coach Erik Spoelstra didn’t help matters when he told the media a bunch of the Heat’s players were crying after a loss to the Bulls.

We normally believe that crying after a loss shows how much an athlete cares about the game, but it also leaves them open to plenty of ridicule — which is exactly what Bosh has received. He probably is used to it, especially considering he’s an extra-sensitive ballplayer.

You can head over to I am a GM to hear the song (lyrics are NSFW).