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During an MTV interview, she said that her third album would be "next level" and have "much to talk about": "I'm really excited and the people that have been working with me now, have been people that I haven't worked with before so it's like they're bringing a new sound to the album that I've never experimented with." During the recording process Minaj recorded two songs that were inspired by Irish singer-songwriter Enya, Minaj stated that the songs contain "airiness and the whimsicalness" that reminded her of Enya.
The album was officially released on December 15, 2014, peaking at number-two on the Billboard 200 chart.
The "exorcism" scene that was performed during her appearance was criticized as well.
According to the Catholic League president Bill Donohue "Perhaps the most vulgar part was the sexual statement that showed a scantily clad female dancer stretching backwards while an altar boy knelt between her legs in prayer.
There was immediate backlash from the Anti Defamation League, who stated that it was "troubling that no one among Minaj's group of producers, publicists and managers raised a red flag about the use of such imagery before ushering the video into public release." They called the video "insensitive to Holocaust survivors and a trivialization of the history of that era." On November 9, 2014, Minaj hosted the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards at The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland. In December, Minaj received two Grammy nominations: for Best Rap Song for "Anaconda" and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Bang Bang" with Jessie J and Ariana Grande.
In March 2015, Minaj embarked on her third world tour entitled The Pinkprint Tour. It is scheduled to travel to the United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Dubai, Philippines, Australia and New Zealand.
Early in her career, Minaj was known for her colorful costumes and wigs.
She has the most Billboard Hot 100 entries for a female artist in the chart's history, while being ninth overall.
In the same month, Minaj revealed on Instagram that she has been donating money to an Indian village for a few years via her pastor Lydia Sloley.
In August 2017, after Hurricane Harvey hit the city of Houston, Texas, Minaj answered Kevin Hart social media challenge and donated ,000 to the Red Cross, saying she was "praying for everyone there".
When I started rapping, people were trying to make me like the typical New York rapper, but I'm not that.
In February 2017, she was featured and co-wrote Jason Derulo's "Swalla", In 2010, she said that although she originally felt obligated to mimic the provocative behavior of the "female rappers of [her] day", she intended to subdue her sexuality because she "[wants] people—especially young girls—to know that in life, nothing is going to be based on sex appeal.
You've got to have something else to go with that." In May 2017, Minaj offered via Twitter to pay college tuition fees and student loans for 30 of her fans.