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Like husband, like wife. After dropping an atomic bomb on the music biz last December with her Beyoncé LP and running the world on her Mrs. Carter World Tour, Jay Z's lady has landed the cover of Time's "Top 100 Most Influential People In The World" issue, the same feat Hov accomplished last year.
The "Flawless" singer is also joined by the likes of actor Robert Redford, Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay athlete, and General Motors CEO Mary Barra. As tradition has it, other formidable figures scribe their praises for the list's honorees, as Amy Poehler takes on Seth Meyers, Dolly Parton pens for Miley Cyrus, and Facebook COO and Lean In author, Sheryl Sandberg, spills ink for Beyoncé. No shocker for that last bit as Bey recently joined Sandberg in the #BanBossy campaign.
The TIME 100 issues hits stands Friday, April 25.
Nicki Minaj may be killing Hollywood but she still wants her respect as an MC. The Queens in her just won't let the Barbz put away her rapper pride and she wants everyone to know it.
During an interview with MTV to promote her new film, The Other Woman, Nicki said that she wants to be in the same category as all the greats. Any "female rapper" labels can be tucked in forever.
"I do not see myself as a female rapper anymore, I'm sorry," she told MTV News on Monday. "I see myself as a rapper."I've worked with the greats and I've held my own with the greats and they respect me," she told MTV. "So I should respect myself enough to see myself the same way they see themselves."