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Nicki Minaj isn’t known for subtlety. Whether it’s her lyrics, moves, clothes, or cars, Nicki Minaj is loud. Now, with her studio album “Pink Friday 2” hitting playlists worldwide, we’re reminded of one of her other loud– and pink– party pieces: her Lamborghini. Specifically, Minaj has a pink Lamborghini Aventador in her characteristic shade.

Nicki Minaj painted her Lamborghini Aventador bright pink

Nicki Minaj poses with her pink Lamborghini Aventador at an event.
Minaj with her pink Lamborghini | Jason LaVeris, FilmMagic

The rapper painted her Lamborghini Aventador bright pink in an act that’s almost too Minaj. It’s a head-scratching shade, too. A glance brings to mind a sort of pepto-pink that should settle your stomach. However, the thought of putting such a shade on a world-class supercar might have the opposite effect.

Still, Minaj didn’t stop at the Lamborghini’s body; the car’s Forgiato Capolvaro wheels received a matching shade. The result? Minaj’s supercar has a sort of put-on-your-sunglasses-it’s-coming impact. To each their own– and Minaj definitely made the Aventador her own.  

The pink Lamborghini isn’t the only pink ride Minaj has had over the years

Nicki Minaj has a history of cruising around in off-red cars. Fans have caught glimpses of her riding in a pink Bentley Continental GT as well as a similarly painted Rolls-Royce Cullinan. 

What’s more, Nicki Minaj likes to inject the lightly-colored cars into her music video. For instance, Minaj shot a music video for “We Go Up,” a song the rapper performs with Fivio Foreign. 

The video showcases a Minaj in a pink coat, pink hair, pink nails, and pink pants. However, the pinkest thing on screen has to be her somehow apropos Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster. It’s too bad you don’t get to hear the Aventador SVJ sing in the video; its 6.5L V12 will belt out a tune at 8,500 rpm. Music to our ears.  

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