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|1982||Onika Tanya Maraj was born in Saint James, a suburb of Trinidad and Tobago's capital city, Port of Spain, to her mother Carol Maraj, and her father Robert Maraj.||December 8|
|1990-1995||Minaj attended Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School 210.||Unknown|
|1996-2001||Minaj attended and graduated from LaGuardia High School, which specializes in music and the visual and performing arts.||Unknown|
|2001||Minaj was cast in the Off-Broadway play, "In Case You Forget". Minaj worked at Red Lobster in the Bronx as a waitress.||Unkown|
|2003||Minaj briefly signed with Brooklyn group Full Force, in which Minaj rapped in a foursome group called "Hoodstars", which consisted of rappers Lou$tar, Scaff Beezy, and 7even Up.||Unknown|
|2004||"Hoodstars" recorded the entrance song for WWE Diva Victoria titled "Don't Mess With", it was featured on the compilation album ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol.6. Minaj left the group. She uploaded a few songs on her Myspace profile and sent a few of her songs to people in the music industry she was managed by Debra Antney.||Unknown|
|Fendi, CEO of the Brooklyn label Dirty Money Entertainment, who also found rapper Gravy, discovered the music and contacted Minaj, signing her to his label.||Unknown|
|Minaj appeared on the popular street DVD "The Come Up Volume 11" that featured underground rappers from New York.||Unknown|
|2007||Minaj released her first mixtape Playtime Is Over.||July 5|
|2008||Minaj released her second mixtape Sucka Free that was hosted by Lil Wayne.||April 12|
|She released her third and last mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty and signed Young Money Entertainment and also collaborated with Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane and Trina to release the song "5 Star Bitch", she was also given a chance to have a verse in the Young Money song "Bedrock".|