You can smell the powerful stench of MENDACITY in NYC as election time rolls along and the hack politicians are doing cart wheels to get your attention of how great they are, how anti-Trump they are and how cool and down with the people they are.

Case in point, lily white Jewish Queens Borough President Melinda Katz gives the “Key to the City” to the  Trinidad beauty, hip-hop star, Nicki Minaj, who Katz probably has never heard a song from her, but I would not give her shit on that. Minaj is pretty much a black Yoko Ono, just a screeching annoying voice that shows how  crappy most music is today and force fed down millennial’s throats who take it and say “thank you sir, give me more.”

But what did Minaj ever do for South Jamaica or Queens to deserve this pretty much toss it away meaningless accolade. WHAT KATZ? Well, more importantly, the same can be said for Katz.

Oh yeah, it is election time and you are looking for votes and thought  you would get down with the hip-hop crew to show you how “relevant” and cool a lily white Jewish political hack can be.

By the way this hack has a competitor in the race for Queens BP.

Queens Borough President
Melinda Katz, Democrat, incumbent
Anthony Pappas (party TBD)

Again, I don’t know anything about Pappas, except the MOST IMPORTANT thing, HE IS NOT KATZ the HACK.

Whenever I read shit like this and it is MASSIVE SHIT or just living in this awful community of Jamaica in this awful Queens Borough in this awful city in this awful majorly corrupt state, I think of the lyrics to “Destroyer by the the greatest rarely heard on radio anymore band, The Kinks:

Dr. Dr. help her please I know you’ll understand
There’s a time device inside of me I’m a self-destructin’ man
There’s a red, under my bed
And there’s a little green man in my head
And said you’re not goin’ crazy, you’re just a bit sad
‘Cause there’s a man in ya, knawin’ ya, tearin’ ya, in to to
Silly boy ya’ self-destroyer. paranoia, they destroy ya’
Self-destroyer, wreck your health
Destroy friends, destroy yourself
The time device of, self-destruction
Lies, confusion, start eruption
paranoia, they destroy ya
(Here’s to paranoia) paranoia, they destroy ya
(Hey hey, here it goes) paranoia, they destroy ya
(And it goes like this)
Paranoia, they destroy ya (and it goes like this)


From DNAInfo New York:

Nicki Minaj Receives Key to The City From Queens Borough President

By Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska | June 27, 2017 12:06pm

 Nicki Minaj received a Key to the City from Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.

Nicki Minaj received a Key to the City from Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.


Queens will always be Nicki Minaj’s home.

The rapper, who grew up in South Jamaica, received a Key to The City from Borough President Melinda Katz for her “outstanding career achievements in music.”

Minaj, 34, shared a photo of the key on Twitter Monday night.

“This is a #MajorKeyAlert I just got the #KeyToTheCity #ProudQueensGirl Thank you #MelindaKatz Queens Borough PRESIDENT,” Minaj wrote.


Despite losing the best female hip-hop artist award at the BET Awards to Bronx native Remy Ma Sunday night, Minaj remains one the most successful female rappers in the country.

Originally from Trinidad, she immigrated to Queens with her family when she was 5.

Her mother, Carol Maraj, still has deep ties to the borough, where she works with the local community to prevent domestic violence.



  1. OH SNAP I did not know that she lost to Remy Ma at the BET awards. LOL too bad. And yeah, she hasn’t done anything significant for SE Queens. Most of these big name celebs from the hood haven’t, so, big surprise. But I am surprised that Katz only has one competitor for the Borough President seat.


  2. I used to live in Nikki’s area in South Ozone Park. I have a scintilla of pride about this news. She has achieved what legitimate historic groundbreaking talents from Queens could not. Bands like The Ramones, Simon And Garfunkel, Walter Becker Of Steely Dan, Run Dmc, LL cool J, Mobb Deep (featuring the late MC Prodigy), A tribe called quest, Cyndi Lauper, 3rd Bass, Marley Marl, Kool G Rap and DJ Polo, Roxanne Shante’ (the best female rapper ever), and I was shocked to find out, innovative guitarist Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine was born in Jamaica Hospital

    And actors like Patrick McGoohan of the Prisoner (Astoria), Jack Lord and Oscar Winner Adrian Brody (woodhaven)

    So all it takes is to get a key to the city, well borough, is to dress like a skank and rhyme about fake gangsta shit 99 % of the time and also to be awarded by a vote pandering lousy and insignificant Boro President who is more of an event planner, lounge lizard singer and hostess instead of an elected public servant.

    Kudos, Nikki Minaj who has managed to thrive by being defiantly awful. Rock on.


  3. Great Kinks reference. you might hear that track on q104.3 if you get lucky, but since it’s run by the ghastly Iheartradio corporation it’s probably banned for being too “provocative”.

    I am more on a level with the same band’s “Apeman”

    I think I’m so educated and I’m so civilized
    ‘Cause I’m a strict vegetarian
    But with the over-population and inflation and starvation
    And the crazy politicians
    I don’t feel safe in this world no more,
    I don’t want to die in a nuclear war.
    I want to sail away to a distant shore and make like an apeman.

    God save Ray Davies


    • I LOVE THE KINKS. I just finished last night listening to the entire catalogue of theirs and the 70’s period of concept albums were much better than the critics gave them, like Preservation Act 1. Low Budget is probably my favorite of a great run. I have been pick an artist or band for some time and going through their entire catalogues. Just finished THE WHO and Pete Townsend solo albums, could not get into The Daltry solo one. Did the same with Fleetwood Mac and the individuals except Steve Nicks, since I have heard stuff many times. The biggest was the Beatles, all the solo albums and Wings. A great way to spend my elder years.

      And yes, Apeman lyrics very prevalent today, but funny how some of these decades songs prove that not much has changed at all when it comes to government.


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