It’s been a full seven days since Nicki Minaj released her Remy Ma diss song response, “No Frauds” featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, as well as the Weezy F. Baby-assisted “Changed It” and “Regret in Your Tears.” The #3PackFromParis tracks have apparently positively assisted Nicki’s sales for her 2010 album Pink Friday and 2014’s The Pinkprint.
For the week ending March 9, The Prinkprint sat at #170 on the Billboard 200 while Pink Friday is absent from the list. Sales after March 9 will be reflected in the upcoming sales cycle, which is likely what the Queens rap star celebrating.
“Just got the official word that in the last week, #ThePinkprint went up 79% in SALES & #PinkFriday (AN ALBUM I RELEASED IN 2010) went up 81% in SALES!,” she captioned on Instagram under a picture of the aforementioned album covers. “Ok #Jesus I see u!”
Look @ God. Man I can't make this sh*t up. Just got the official word that in the last week, #ThePinkprint went up 79% in SALES & #PinkFriday (AN ALBUM I RELEASED IN 2010) went up 81% in SALES! Ok #Jesus I see u! #FunFact - #ThePinkprint holds the title as longest charting female rap album in the history of billboard. My fans are the absolute best. I love u guys so much. My new album will give you the most life you've ever received out of my catalogue. 🙏🏽😍😘🎀🙌🏽🦄 thank you.