Newly-given birth Trinidadian-American rapper-singer Nicki Minaj is set to take over home televisions through her newest docuseries, in partnership with HBO Max.

Nicki Minaj takes fans to her personal life

The 37-year-old Super Bass rapper made known the vast news on her personal Instagram account on Nov. 20 (Friday) by uploading a video of her confirming that she will be releasing a new docuseries. As per Hollywood Life, and as shown in the video placed below, the rapper greeted her beloved Barbz, Nicki’s fandom name.

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She then introduced herself as Onika Tanya Maraj, her full name, while nailing an illuminating neon orange wig that is styled with bangs. Nicki further revealed that she will give her fans a “raw, unfiltered look” of her personal life, which fans have been longing for quite a while now.

The MEGATRON rapper then shared that she will be including her professional journey in the docuseries and that she could not wait for the time to come that she can share it with her fans. However, amid the floodlike questions of her docuseries, including the title and release date, Nicki chose to keep her silence towards the matter.

But one thing is for sure that is coming is that Nicki’s docuseries will be premiered and aired via HBO Max, where she shared that having the network lets her share her story most delicately and memorably.

Enticing her beloved supportive fans, Nicki exclaimed that the docuseries would be remembered as it will indeed storm over the fans’ support and interest. She promised that the series is next level, where she asked her followers to be updated on HBO Max, HBO Max Pop, and Bron Studios’ Instagram account to be updated.

Moreover, fans consider Nicki’s vast announcement as a gift, considering the news comes the same day as the rapper’s 10th-anniversary celebration of her chart-topping album entitled Pink Friday, per Billboard.

HBO Max x Nicki Minaj

In a statement by the director of Nicki’s docuseries, Michael John Warren, he said that he loves that the series not only serves as the gateway of Nicki’s fans to take a vast glimpse of her life, but it also profiles the bravery of the singer.

Michael is also responsible for Jay-Z’s 2004 Fade to Black concert documentary, which happens to be his debut in the industry.

As NME further reported, referencing to a press release, Nicki’s “brilliantly creative mind” will tell the story of her life. It will air with six episodes that will last for around an hour per episode.