She visited four places in one day, with one place reportedly drawing so large a crowd that it needed a police intervention.
Nicki Minaj's debut album "Pink Friday" is officially on the streets and to further enhance the sale, the rapper made some appearances both on screen and off. A day after the U.S. release (November 22), she showed up at Best Buy Union Square, New York City to sign the new CD.
As always, the Young Money artist showed up in many different tones of colors, including on her hair. During the occasion, she posed for the photographers after greeting fans. She showed a compassion when hugging a fan who is wheel-chair bound. "Thank u to the amazinggggg ppl @ BestBuy tonite!!!! U guys gave me LIFE!!!!!," Nicki wrote on Twitter.
The in-store signing was so crowded that Nicki's team has to curtail the line outside. The rapper said she was staying at the venue as long as she could but she was due to appear as a special guest at another artist's show. She revealed on her Twitter later that she was at Kanye West's show.
Earlier that day, she dropped by MAC store near Times Square and radio stations Power 105 and Z100. Her public appearances that day were captured by MTV cameras and would be compiled in a documentary airing Sunday, November 28 at 10/9c.