As a rap fan attending a Nicki Minaj concert, it's important to leave all those stuffy, purist rules that we fill our heads with at the door.
At this point we all know that Nicki can rap, but she's amassed other responsibilities along the way; she's transcended her position and is now firmly in pop star territory. This isn't a complaint, necessarily, it's just important to remember that by sticking to the rap songs that we want to hear, she wouldn't be doing her fans and herself justice - there's a lot more to consider here than simply bars and beats.
Regardless, it's an interesting juxtaposition. To an audience that react just as well to Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' as they do Drake's '0-100' as the roadies prepare the set, she's faced with the difficult task of making the polarised sounds somehow work together. Luckily, the majority of the young attendees are more fans of Nicki Minaj The Icon than any particular genre of music, and they're just here to see the Queen of the Barbz do what she does best: be herself and entertain.