“It gives you a raw, unfiltered look at my personal life and my professional journey, and I can’t wait to share it with you,” the rapper said of the six-part series on Instagram. “I couldn’t be happier to have #HBOMAX on board to help me tell my story in this delicate and memorable way. A way my fans will love forever. This document is next level. I can promise you that.”
The as-yet-untitled docuseries is being directed by Michael John Warren, who previously directed Jay-Z’s 2004 concert film. Fade to black.
“I love that this series not only offers a glimpse of one of the most iconic musicians of our generation; it also profiles the brave woman behind the artist, Onika,” Warren said in a statement. “I believe we can all learn a lot from her remarkable professional and personal life. It is an honor to be entrusted with this dynamic story.”
No release date has been set for the docuseries. On Friday, Minaj also celebrated the 10th anniversary of her 2010 album Pink Friday with a “complete” digital reissue with eight bonus tracks.
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