Can we please stop the madness?!?!?

20 Nov

Can anyone explain to me why parents, both young and old, think it’s cute for their precious little girls to dress up as Nicki Minaj?! I understand she calls herself the Barbie of hiphop, but nothing about this chick is remotely for children in any way.

Did you notice the butterflies on the box?

What does this Illuppet teach our young ladies? To be fake? To be plastic? To have no self respect?

Don’t believe me? Let’s hear it from the mouths of ‘babes’, and tell me what you think.


And, no, it’s not just Black parents that are allowing this mess.

Come on, people! We have got to do so much better. Can these kids even read? Or better yet, can they recite their ABC’s or count to 100? How is it these little girls know every word to a Nicki Minaj song, and probably don’t even know all of their primary colors?

Are we really wanting the next generation to be looking up to someone like this:

Nicki Minaj is…

Just plain nasty…

Fake and plastic…



Leopard print, ruby ‘slippers’, Marilyn Monroe hair, lion (large cat, aka, kitty) belt

And all geared up to be controlled.






Posted by on November 20, 2010 in Illuppets, Industry, Nicki Minaj, Uncategorized


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17 responses to “Can we please stop the madness?!?!?

  1. symplybeautiful

    November 20, 2010 at 10:43 PM

    Amen to that. I understand when we were coming up lol Kim was the first female that came out so provocative. At least her rhythms made sense. This chick is doing lil Kim style and taking it further and further to the worst. Bad part about it she has done so many interviews saying how she wants girls to look at her as a role model. Are you serious? It’s sad. But she is about to fall off real quick. She came out tryin to be a new age lil Kim now she.changing her style already! Girl gone some where whit your fake @as ! That’s my 2 cents lol good post

    • buttaflyytulsa

      November 21, 2010 at 1:07 PM

      EXACTLY!!! She’s fake as fake can be and needs to drop off the face of the Earth!

      Thanks for the comment and the support! Keep’em coming!!!

  2. Mayan

    November 22, 2010 at 11:20 AM

    We want our children to be successful…by any means necessary!
    On the real…I am speechless!?!

    • buttaflyytulsa

      November 22, 2010 at 12:06 PM

      ‘We want our children to be successful…by any means necessary!’

      You know, I honestly never thought of it like that. Definitely not condoning any of this mess, but I can see what you mean. Its almost like these parents are seeing something in their children that could maybe, just maybe, make them a more successful person than they are, regardless of what it may be.

      I love comments that give me different thought processes!!!! 😉

  3. Ms. Mizani

    December 22, 2010 at 8:05 PM

    Yes, ‘We want our children to be successful…by any means necessary!’…This is true, but that should mean in mind, body, spirit, and soul. This way they become responsible, respectful, true to themselves, healthy, not settling for any old thing, and have great self-esteem.— This will open up great opportunites in their future as they strive for greatness on their own.
    I’m tired of seeing babies dressed like adults, smiling because Mommy said “Now sing a Nicki song so I can record it and send it to American Idol.” It seems the parents are only focusing on their babies becoming the next Usher, Beyonce, Kanye, Kobe, shaq, and any other occupations in the coon azz entertainment business.—What happened to Judges, Nurses, Doctors, Engineers, Scientist, etc,etc…??? These are other ways to be great and successful in life. All of which is needed to keep the world spinning and having some kind of balance in it. —-BTW…Love your site!

    • buttaflyytulsa

      December 23, 2010 at 10:15 AM

      You couldn’t be more right. Why do so many parents glorify the negative things their children do? Why not have them memorize and recite a Mya Angelo poem or even an uplifting song? Anything would be better than allowing your child to not only hear, but LEARN a Nicki Minaj song!!!!

  4. charisse

    February 24, 2011 at 3:19 PM

    First, i just threw up in my mouth looking at Nicki autograph that wide thing! Wtf? Ok, i must say nicki can rap a lil. Yes, she is fake. But i saw footage of the old nicki and the old nicki was wayyyy better. Nicki is signed with Cash Money and the devil of hip hop Lil Wayne. I think she says and do certain things because thats what the execs want. Now, alot of little girls look up to her. That’s not “icki’s fault or the fault of the child…the parents should be held fully responsible. Nothing wrong with a lil girl playin dress up with mommy’s wig, but to add butt pads is to much. I find it sad when grown woman act/dress like nicki minaj instead of being their own person.

  5. Candice

    April 25, 2011 at 1:33 PM

    Thank God for you!!! So many people are afraid of speaking out for fear of being called a hater. Whatever, God is no respecter of persons and we should not be either If an everyday woman behaved this way she would be labeled a slut.. I will keep links to your site on my FB and MS pages because people need to hear from someone who isn’t afraid to speak the truth.

    • buttaflyytulsa

      April 25, 2011 at 5:42 PM

      Thank you sooooooo much for reading and the support!!!!

  6. Eliza Berrington

    May 15, 2011 at 9:18 PM

    whyyy are you being so critical towards nicki? she’s doing her thing and she likes it. the parents are teaching their kids whatever they want to since its america, and you are free to do that. you dont have to to write this stinky article being mean and criticizing america. this is america’s culture, allowing the parents to do whatever the hell they want. if you dont like this then make your way somewhere else or be quiet.

    • buttaflyytulsa

      May 15, 2011 at 9:36 PM

      I can totally agree this is an unfortunate part of American culture, however, as a citizen of this great democracy, it is my duty to do & say what I can to try to correct the issue. Our culture is the way it is due to too many of my fellow Americans simply ‘sitting down & being quiet’.

    • nickis bigest fan

      June 13, 2011 at 6:18 AM

      love this answer i think you are so write 3

    • CDN

      November 30, 2011 at 3:11 PM

      And letting parents teach their kids whatever they want/don’t want to could be the number 1 resultant to Americas excessive gang violence, prostitution, drug trade, etc, etc. The main point I got from this post is that PARENTS SHOULD teach their kids how to be a functioning part of society.

      I’m happy I’m not an American.

  7. CaTaStRoPhE

    May 28, 2011 at 2:32 AM

    As an avid ‘People’ magazine reader, I was appalled to see Nicki Minaj in the beauty at every age piece. All I saw was here packed on makeup, fake eyelashes, and the hair that… well, im not even sure what was up with her hair… The first song I heard that had Minaj in it (out of pure curiosity) was Dirty Money, and her performance was merely spouting out ‘raps’ that make no sense and making her voice be all grunty… its a shame that with all of the advances in technology and such, the music just keeps getting more vulgar and sex-oriented…

  8. Keilah

    January 26, 2012 at 9:43 PM

    “raunchy loli-pop picture” I guess it’s safe to say: another alter ego is a man!!!

  9. daftaida

    March 9, 2012 at 12:19 AM

    Goes back to Plato and probably before that, the discovery and knowledge of how the body mind is entrained via harmonics is ancient and full exploited. That’s how, I know all the lyrics and rythmes of most popular songs since childhood and we all have that experience of not being able to get a track out of our heads (try Bob Marley’s Kinky Reggae which I had for weeks, the brown sugar all over her bugawooga …drove me gaga.!

    Children have always been taught basics via rythme and pornographic nihillistic entrainment has replaced any notion of education. The mothers are in suspended animation themselves to a perpetual teenagehood and encourage this ‘cute’ behaviour. And the grandmothers’? Still stuck in the phantom of the ’60s opera.


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